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Re: IBM 16/4 TK card
On Sat, 11 Apr 1998, Marco Shaw wrote:
> "IBM 16/4 ISA Token Ring card (16bit)"
> "Dead in the water". The card has worked on same computer when it was
> running Win95 so I don't think I need to configure the BIOS. Correct me if
> I'm wrong, but lanaid is a configuration diskette? Where can I get it for
> Linux? (I'm checking out the IBM site now...)
The lanaid disks have IBMDOS on them and will boot on their own. However,
that card doesn't require it.
> What about the fact that it can't find the 'tr0' module? Is it a link to
> ibmtk somehow?
This is interesting. ls /lib/modules/2.0.32/net and see if there is an
ibmtr.o in there. There _should_ be -- at least there is with my RH5.0
system. If there isn't, do an 'rpm -qa | grep kernel-modules' - it should
tell you that kernel-modules-2.0.32-2 is installed (or at least some rev
of moudles). If not, make sure that you install the kernel modules rpm.
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