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SubjectDFE-530TX with no mac address
hi,
I have a D-Link DFE-530TX Rev A, PCI ethernet card, but it refuses
to work.

I have looked at http://www.scyld.com/network/index.html#pci
which sugests using the via-rhine driver.

I did this and compiled it into the kernel. It detects it at boot (via-
rhine v1.08-LK1.1.6 8/9/2000 Donald Becker) but says the
hardware address (mac address?) is 00-00-00-00-00-00.

The card is not a DF-530TX or a DFE-530TX+ AFAIK.

www.d-link.com don't do linux drivers or say anything about linux.

The card works perfect with d-link drivers in win98 and w2k.

Whats the differance between via-rhine in 2.2.18 and 2.4.1?

Can any one help?

Thanks for reading

tom
(can u cc replys to me)

Some more info:-
pci device 00:0a.0
io=0xD400
irq=9

linux-2.4.1
glibc-2.2.1
gcc-2.95.3

ps I have tryed to exaust all prosabilitys before posting here, and I
am sorry if this is stupid, its my first post to linux-kernel!
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