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RE: [linux-tr] 2.2.1 + turbo ISA
I don't know what you mean by intel motherboard, but the CPU is a PII 233.
The only other card in the machine is an ATI PCI card. I am thinking of
hanging the box off another machine (that already talks to the net) using an
ethernet card and turn arp proxy on on the routing machine. I was trying to
avoid this but if there is no hope, I will probably do it!
Now that I think about it, there is something else peculiar about this box.
There is a built-in VGA card (ATI) on the motherboard that I do not use, but
I cannot see how the motherboard could possibly have anything to do with
this. Then again, what do I know!
> -----Original Message-----
> From: firstname.lastname@example.org
> [mailto:email@example.com]On Behalf Of Chris
> Sent: Monday, March 01, 1999 1:08 AM
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Re: [linux-tr] 2.2.1 + turbo ISA
> Hope you're running on a intel motherboard and cpu; others realy
> stink. I was
> installing a true blue token ring card for my first time on a non-intel
> motherboard....it installed, went to client to hook-up machine
> and voila "Kernel
> Panic"....all efforts to fix and find bug through logs etc went nowhere.
> Stripped machine off all parts except (already swapped) vga adapter and
> motherboard, and still getting "panic." Changed motherboard and
> came up like a
> George Sohos wrote:
> > Hello there!
> > I am trying to bring up a turbo tokenring card with no success.
> As soon as I
> > load the module, I get an unrecoverable error rc=0x0059 (if i remember
> > correctly. It may not be hex), and soon thereafter the kernel
> panics. I have
> > tried setting it in both ISA16, ISA16+LEGACY, AUTO16 with no
> success. The
> > card also fails to initialize with 2.0.34 in AUTO16 mode. I
> have not tried
> > ISA16 yet. Has anyone managed to make this card work with any kernel? If
> > yes, what card settings, and what kernel version?
> > I also get the same unrecoverable error with an older ISA AUTO
> 16/4 adapter
> > which gets recognized as Short (if memory serves). The only way
> I can hook
> > up to the ring is running the old card with a 2.0.x kernel, and
> then I still
> > get bombarded with some diagnostic (and I presume harmless)
> messages. I was
> > hoping to use the newer SMP support, but it seems that I have
> to wait for a
> > while.
> > Is there any way I could take a snapshot of the system when it
> dies and post
> > it for clueful people to take a look?
> > Thanks in advance,
> > George
> > email@example.com