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Re: realtek 8029

From: Patrick Strasser
Subject: Re: realtek 8029
Date: Sun, 30 Dec 2001 13:36:19 +0100

> mah wrote:
> i have a realtek 8029 card along with its linux drivers.

The 8029 is compatible to the NE2000. Regarding the GNU Hurd Hardware
Compatibility Guide (
http://www.urbanophile.com/arenn/hacking/hurd/hurd-hardware.html ) 
GNUMach supports the PCI NE2000.

> i am using pcq linux 7.1 which is based on Red Hat linux 7.1

In Linux you can try the command 'dmesg' to show all your boot messages.
If you get your card to work under Linux, you should see it there. If it
does not show up, the driver could be loaded as module. Try 'lsmod' to
view all loaded modules.

Please give exact information about your (if working) Linux config.

I don't know if ISA NE2000 wurks with the Hurd. Perhaps someone can give
more exact information about NE2000 drivers status. For my
understanding, the NE2000 is verry common, so there should be quite
some  practical experience.

Engineers motto:  cheap  good  fast -> choose any two
Patrick Strasser   < pstrasser at bigfoot dot de >
Student of Telematik, Techn. University Graz, Austria

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