[tulip-bug] Kingston kne111tx and recompiling tulip on Mandrake 8.0

Donald Becker becker@scyld.com
Wed, 11 Jul 2001 21:45:34 -0400 (EDT)

On Wed, 11 Jul 2001, Austin Gilbert wrote:

> Like many of you I received the Kingston kne111tx
> ethernet card with my DSL package from Southwestern
> Bell.  I have heard that it can be made to work with
> the most current versions of tulip.

Which chip does it use?
(I expect Kingston to change chips again.)

> However, when I tried to recompile the lastest version
> of tulip it reported errors.
> The command line used was for the red hat package that
> I downloaded: rpm -i --force
> RPMS/i386/netdriver-2.1-*.i386.rpm

This is the precompiled binary RPM command.

You presumably were compiling the source RPM.

> ...
> + make all
> pci-skeleton.c: In function `netdev_open':
> pci-skeleton.c:728: structure has no member named
> `tbusy'

What kernel were you compiling against?

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