pci network cards

Michael A. Turner mturner at whro.org
Mon Jul 9 11:04:19 PDT 2001


	My expereince is that yes they must be PCI. I base that on the same
sort of problem and other posts about this to the list. You may want to
search the archive to view these older posts.
	You can , of course, attempt to create the proper patches to the
kernels to include the correct ISA support buit from the items I read this
will no be easy.

Michael A. Turner
Systems Engineer
michael.turner at whro.org

-----Original Message-----
From: niall moran [mailto:niall.moran at onebox.com]
Sent: Monday, July 09, 2001 11:31 AM
To: beowulf at beowulf.org
Subject: pci network cards

i have a scyld installed and working between two pcs.
i have an old compaq proliant (3 x pentium 100 etc). 
there are no pci slots in it and there is a de435 network card in it.
when i try to boot it using a node floppy i get errors about not having

any pci interface.

must network cards be pci to work?

niall moran
niall.moran at onebox.com - email

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