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Question Surecom PCMCIA Network Adapter 

Forum: PCMCIA Installation and Configuration Issues
Date: 2000, Apr 27
From: Roman Seidl <rse@pvl.at>

I have a Surecom Network Apdapter (EP-427X). There are some Linux Files on the driver disk but the readme file says the following:

SURECOM EP-427X 10/100M PCMCIA Adapter LINUX DRIVER INSTALL
 Note: this driver for linux 2.0.30

 1. copy driver to /ep427x
    # mcopy a:/* /ep427x

 2. download pcmcia-cs-3.0.x.tar.gz from hyper.stanford.edu
    in the /pub/pcmcia directory
    readme PCMCIA-HOWTO file & install it 

 3. add the following lines into /etc/pcmcia/config
    card "SURECOM EP-427X 100/10M PCMCIA Adapter"
    version "PCMCIA", "100BASE"
    bind "pcnet_cs"

 4.# cd /ep427x
   # chmod +x gen1 gen2

 5.# gen1
   # gen2

 6.# reboot

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hyper.stanford.edu no longer publishes the pcmcia package and the kernel version iŽd like to use is 2.2.14

Do I just have to add the definitions to a newer kernel version or do i have to use some of the "patches" that might be included with the driver disk? are pcnet_cs.c and 8390.c just standard driver source?

there is some more files included with the driver disk:

Config: ---------

#
# config.sample 1.87 1999/02/16 01:33:35 (David Hinds)
#

# config.opts is now included at the very end

#
# Device driver definitions
#
device "3c589_cs"
  class "network" module "3c589_cs"
[...]
---------

gen1: ------ gcc -DMODULE -D__KERNEL__ -I/usr/src/linux -I/usr/src/pcmcia-cs-3.0.9/include -c -O6 pcnet_cs.c cp pcnet_cs.o /lib/modules/2.0.30/pcmcia/pcnet_cs.o ------

gen2: ------ gcc -DMODULE -D__KERNEL__ -I/usr/src/linux -I/usr/src/linux/drivers/net -c -O6 8390.c cp 8390.o /lib/modules/2.0.30/net/8390.o ------

8390.c:
-------
/* 8390.c: A general NS8390 ethernet driver core for linux. */
/*
	Written 1992-94 by Donald Becker.

[...] -------

pcnet_cs.c ------- /*======================================================================

    A PCMCIA ethernet driver for NS8390-based cards

   Copyright (C) 1998 David A. Hinds --   
   dhinds@hyper.stanford.edu
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1. None With a vendor driver, you should first check with that vendor by David Hinds, 2000, Apr 27
(_ None Is the hyper.stanford package included with the current pcmcia drivers? by Roman Seidl, 2000, Apr 28
(_ None It *is* the current pcmcia driver package by David Hinds, 2000, Apr 28

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