Next-in-Thread Next Message

None Re: More: Argosy 10/100 more info 

Forum: PCMCIA Network Adapter Issues
Re: Question Argosy 10/100 EN-235 (Robert Rossmann)
Re: More Argosy 10/100 more info (Robert Rossmann)
Date: 2000, Feb 17
From: David Hinds <dhinds@pcmcia.sourceforge.org>

> 
> I tried to use this info in the config file but still the card won't
> work. Must I do anythink else to use a 32bit cardbus card?

What did you add to the config file, exactly?  (what driver did you
specify?)  You could try either tulip_cb or epic_cb; tulip_cb would be
the more likely guess.  If those don't work, then this card would
appear to use an unsupported CardBus network controller (all the other
PCMCIA network drivers are strictly for 16-bit cards).

-- Dave

Next-in-Thread Next Message

Select this message: Re: More: Argosy 10/100 more info

Messages Inline: 1 All Outline: 1 2 All

1. More Used both tulip_cb and epic_cb by Robert Rossmann, 2000, Feb 18
(_ More More info by Robert Rossmann, 2000, Feb 21
(_ None You are currently out of luck by David Hinds, 2000, Feb 21

Message Administration

This form allows you to delete, move, or copy one or more messages. You can move messages by copying and deleting the original. The action will be applied to the messages you select above and all replies to those selected messages.


If you want to copy or move messages, specify the HyperNews path of a destination forum or message that all messages will be copied or moved to. The destination must already exist, so maybe create it first.

Path of Destination (a Forum or Message): (e.g. "test")

Notify Subscribers at destination
NO


If you want to delete messages (the default), specify that here. If you want to move messages, you need to delete the original messages; placeholders will be left pointing to where they were moved.

Delete Messages
NO


Caution: After deleteing messages (the default), if you have not copied them (i.e. no destination above), then the selected messages are not be recoverable.

Members Subscribe No Admin Mode Show Frames Help for HyperNews at pcmcia-cs.sourceforge.net 1.10
[ Edit This Forum ]