[tulip-bug] tulip.o: invalid parameter parm_debug - corrected

Donald Becker becker@scyld.com
Fri May 17 11:22:01 2002


On Fri, 17 May 2002, Kai Hackemesser wrote:

> I hope Im on the correct mailing list now. I own a notebook computer
> which has a Linksys NC100 network chipset implemented. As far as I found
> I have to use the tulip module for it. I now have compiled kernel 2.4.18
> on that notebook, tulip as module. If I do "modprobe tulip" I get
> following error (in short):
>
> invalid parameter parm_debug
> insmod failed.

You are passing a debug parameter from somewhere in your setup.

Is the NIC a CardBus card, or a PCI implementation (mini-PCI or
built-in).

If CardBus, the module option is probably set in /etc/pcmcia/config or
/etc/pcmcia/config.opts.
If PCI, the module option is probably set /etc/modules.conf.

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