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Re: [linux-tr] Problems with Kernel 2.2.3ac-4 and TokenRing PC-Card

Gilbert Ramirez writes:
 > The different shared RAM addresses between 2.0.x and 2.2.x is normal. The
 > ibmtr driver now reports things a bit differently. Paul Norton assured me
 > that ibmtr is behaving correctly in regards to that.

2.0.x reported the shared-RAM address starting at the writable part of 
shared-RAM, whereas there is a readonly part before that and that is
what 2.1.x and 2.2.x reports. 

 > Unfortunately I can't help with the more pressing problem of ibmtr not being
 > able to open your PCMCIA card. I no longer have a  TP770, nor do I have any
 > more Token-Ring cards. I work for a new employer that uses, ack, ethernet.

Say it ain't so, Gilbert.  Ethernet?  Eewwwwwww....

 > --gilbert
 > -----Original Message-----
 > From: Frank Fiene <ffiene@veka.com>
 > To: Linux on token-ring <linux-tr@emissary.aus-etc.com>
 > Date: Tuesday, March 23, 1999 9:44 AM
 > Subject: [linux-tr] Problems with Kernel 2.2.3ac-4 and TokenRing PC-Card
 > >Has anybody configured a IBM TurboTokenRing-PC-Card in an IBM
 > >Thinkpad 770 and the the last kernel (2.2.3ac)?
 > >
 > >I have done all recent updates (i think), but my system prints the
 > >message on the system console:
 > >Kernel: tr0: open failed: ret-code=34, retrying

According to the reference manual, ret-code 34 means "Non-valid
adapter transmit buffer length defined." 

Frank, could you send me all the tr0 messages in syslog when this