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SubjectRe: [Question] Assinging of IRQ to an ethernet card
On Tue, 14 Jan 2003, Capaul Giachen F (KADA 12) wrote:

> My ethernet card is unfortunately being assigned IRQ 19 instead of IRQ
> 11. My C and kernel knowledge is virtually inexisten, yet I'd like to try
> and fix that myself, by basically telling my kernel that IRQ 11 is the
> one to take. I had a look at a driver code (8139too.c) and was under the
> impression that the assignment of the IRQ is done somewhere else. I'm
> currently looking at irq.c in the arch\i386\pci\ directory. Is that the
> . right place to attempt this, or should I be looking somewhere else?

It could be your irq line wiring to the IOAPIC, can you try booting with
the 'noapic' kernel parameter?

Zwane
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