[tulip] RE: Problem with LNE100TX (ver4.1)

thomas@wong.as thomas@wong.as
29 Jun 2000 04:06:27 -0000

 I tried using the SRPM but it still can't recognize/detect my network card. 
When I do insmod tulip.o, I still received the below message :
>> unresolved symbol pci_drv_unregister
>> unresolved symbol pci_drv_register

I read through some mailing list that indicate that I need to compile pci-
netif.c . Is this necessary ? If yes, what switch / option I need to set during 
the compilation using gcc ?
By the way, do I need change any conf files ?

Thanks very much for your help and your beowulf cluster is superb !!! 


On Wed, 28 Jun 2000 12:03:13 -0400 (EDT) Donald Becker <becker@scyld.com> wrote:
>On 28 Jun 2000 thomas@wong.as wrote:
>>  I recently bought more than 10 pcs of LNE100TX (ver 4.1 this is printed on 
>> card itself) and found that my RH6.2 doesn't recognize it. I try to compile 
>The v4.* boards use the ADMtek Comet/Centaur chip.
>The Tulip driver has supported this since August '99.  The version in
>the kernel has diverged and not incorported the new support.
>> tulip.c (v0.92) and found that it return me this error after I do 
the "insmod 
>> tulip.o"
>> >> unresolved symbol pci_drv_unregister
>> >> unresolved symbol pci_drv_register
>  http://www.scyld.com/network/updates.html
>There is a Makefile, a .tgz file, and a SRPM to try to make this easier.
>> Bus No Device No ... Vendor ID  Device ID   ... IRQ
>>   0      19      ...  1317        0985      ...  5   
>Yup, an AN983 Centaur-C (nee AN985).
>Donald Becker				becker@scyld.com
>Scyld Computing Corporation		http://www.scyld.com
>410 Severn Ave. Suite 210		Beowulf Clusters / Linux Installations
>Annapolis MD 21403

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