Adding a second ISA network card...
ian at ianm.net
Thu Aug 29 23:00:09 BST 2002
Another silly question, are they both using the same resources?
From: Byron Schlemmer [mailto:freebsd-uk at byron.me.uk]
Sent: 29 August 2002 22:33
To: Andrew Hodgson
Cc: FreeBSD UK User Group
Subject: Re: Adding a second ISA network card...
On Thu, 29 Aug 2002, Andrew Hodgson wrote:
> Hi all,
> I am trying to turn an old 486 (DX2-66, 64M RAM) into a little
> my new broadband line, but the second card I've fitted isn't detected
> boot. They're both ISA-based Intel Etherexpress Pro 10 cards, the
> which is detected fine. They both use the ex driver, and I had
> rebuilt the kernel to include just this network driver, along with all
> requisite firewall/routing options.
> My box is rather antiquated, with a huge ISA video card, an ISA
> ATA/serial/parallel card, and my two ISA network cards. Also 64 megs
> 72-pin RAM. I've stuck 4.4 on a 2G drive.
> I've searched around and looked for anyone having a similar problem,
> couldn't find anything. Maybe someone out there has had the same thing
Silly question. Are you sure both cards work? Try removing one and
booting up. If it's there try the same procedure with the other one and
lets see what happens.
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