Bizarre tulip behavior
Mon Sep 13 13:25:29 1999
Thank you, sir,
The irq-conflict.html page did the trick. The HP Pavilion BIOS didn't
have an explicit PnP option, but it did have an "Installed OS" option -
Other / Win95 / Win98 WinNT. I just switched it to Other, and bingo. I
missed the Other option earlier.
Thanks to all who suggested turning BIOS PnP off, it was just figuring
out where the switch was hidden.
- Jon French
Donald Becker wrote:
> On Fri, 10 Sep 1999, Jonathan French wrote:
> > I have a HP Pavilion 4550z - Celeron type machine, and a Linksys 10/100
> > LAN card which works under windows but not RH6.0 or a little Linux
> > distro called LRP (Linux Router Project). I freed up all of my IRQs
> > Under RH, I ran tulip-diag, which reported thay my NIC can't get a
> > valid IRQ (although it does get the right memory location). I ran the
> You should believe the statement from tulip-diag. That's why it's there.
> > version of tulip.o that came with RH, as well as the latest 0.91g, with
> > no success. LRP, which uses a 1998 version of tulip, reports that it is
> > trying to use IRQ 255, and fails.
> Yup, no IRQ has been assigned.
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