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Forum: PCMCIA Network Adapter Issues
Re: Question trouble with netgear FA410TXC (Matthew Austin)
Re: Feedback Hardware Version (Jochen Friedrich)
Re: Sad tried code but no go, MAC address within problem range (Matthew Austin)
Date: 2000, Mar 31
From: Jochen Friedrich jochen1

Hi Matthew,

what version of linux, libc and gcc are you using? Did you run the program as root (it needs root for ioperm() to enable user space I/O access)? Do you have a chance to add "-g" to your compile parameters and run gdb ./fa_select? (Then do a "run eth0 0" and record the result of "bt").

Anyways, I placed a binary (needs glibc 2.1) on

-- Jochen

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1. Sad still no go even with your binary . . . here's the details by Matthew Austin, 2000, Mar 31
2. None ioperm() vs iopl() issue by David Hinds, 2000, Mar 31
1. Agree success!!!!!!!! by Matthew Austin, 2000, Apr 01

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