I have a 16-bit 10BT/100BTX LAN card, originally manufactured for the use on Apple's PowerBooks under Mac OS. On linux side, the card is well recognized by pcmcia-cs and cardctl ident gives sufficient info on it, indicating smc91c92_cs as the driver. So I added this info to /etc/pcmcia/config and booted into the linux kernel (2.2.15pre15). The log messages below appears to show no untowards in terms of card recognition. kernel: eth0: smc91c100-FD rev 0: io 0x300, irq 22, hw_addr 00:E0:25:15:03:CA kernel: 128 kb buffer, MII xcvr pcmcia: Starting PCMCIA services: pcmcia: modules pcmcia: cardmgr. rc: Starting pcmcia succeeded cardmgr: starting, version is 3.1.13 cardmgr: watching 2 sockets cardmgr: initializing socket 0 cardmgr: socket 0: dit Co., Ltd., PC Card-10/100BTX, 001 cardmgr: executing: 'insmod /lib/modules/2.2.15pre15/pcmcia/smc91c92_cs.o' cardmgr: executing: './network start eth0' However, trying to ping always results in no transmit of packets and route add gw does not work. Previously I had the same problem with a 10BT 16bit Ositech card which also used smc91c92_cs. Though this is not an urgent problem for me, any suggestion to solve this problem will be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
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