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SubjectRe: Ethernet card doesnt work in 2.4.20
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>On Sat, Jan 11, 2003 at 12:24:37AM -0200, Adriano Carvalho wrote:
> > --
> > I have a Compaq Laptop 1400 14xl244, with Modem HCF conexant , and
>ethernet
> > card Conexant LANfinity. They are COMBO, and they use IRQ 11. When I
> > startup module (tulip) for my ethernet card, its ok. But when I try send
>or
> > receive anything, I dont get. PCMCIA card uses IRQ 11 too, so I get it
>out
> > from kernel, but it doesnt solve. Here is my /proc/interrupts :
> >
> > 11: 20 XT-PIC hcf, eth0 this was after a time of try ping, and the
>number
> > "20" after stays 1691, after 2000... Donald Becker (tulip developer)
>told
> > me to send these lines : Compaq 12XL125 machine detected. Enabling
> > interrupts during APM calls. ... Local APIC disabled by BIOS --
>reenabling.
> > Found and enabled local APIC! .. PCI: Using IRQ router VIA [1106/0686]
>at
> > 00:07.0 PCI: Found IRQ 11 for device 00:0a.0 PCI: Sharing IRQ 11 with
> > 00:09.0 PCI: Sharing IRQ 11 with 00:09.1 PCI: Disabling Via external
>APIC
> > routing
>
>There are two clues here that are interesting...
>
>First, I am worried about the APIC bits. Can you try (a) compiling a
>kernel without local APIC, and (b) boot with "noapic" on the kernel
>command line [set in lilo/grub]?
>
>Second, the Conexant LANfinity is tough for me to find, as it only
>exists on laptops AFAIK, and I don't have access. It is poorly
>supported in the current kernel tulip driver. I was recently given
>access to documentation (finally!), so maybe we can resolve some of
>these tulip issues too, if you are willing. But first, tackle the
>interrupt delivery problem. Interrupt delivery is quite often a source
>of bogus nic driver bug reports, unfortunatley.
>
> Jeff
>
>
>P.S. Anyone with a source of Compaq Laptop 1400 laptops, or laptops with
>a LANfinity NIC on them, please contact me off-list....

I´ve tried get APIC out from kernel, and it continue the same thing...
I had not success.
Anything, send me an email

Adriano

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