I must be dummy
teilhk at yifan.net
Thu May 8 07:30:27 PDT 2003
On Thu, 2003-05-08 at 08:13, an unknown sender wrote:
> Couple things.
> You can likely get rid of eisa. I always do.
> for most any PCI network card (including your fxp0) card to work.. You MUST
> have miibus.
> That will help you get networking back.
> The recommended way is to make a copy of the GENERIC kernel... and edit that.
> Then when you compile the kernel, use the KERNCONF parameter...
> hmm, this should help:
> A year ago or so, I got some friends to start using freebsd, and wrote a
> "QUICK" howto on updating FreeBSD to the latest level. Maybe this will be
> helpful as well... ?
> It's not perfect.. but let me know of any innaccuracies and I'll change it.
Thanks a lot, John. How do I add miibus? Just as "device miibus"? And
where? Just after entering the card or at the beginning?
Just one thing. I was making changes as I was writing my post. I
actually changed as:
#device vga0 at isa?
device pci1 # NVIDIA RIVA TNT2 64/64 pro (Ultra Vanta)
# splash screen/screen saver
# syscons is the default console driver, resembling an SCO console
device sc0 at isa? flags 0x100
Is this all right, or as I showed it in my first post?
Thanks you for the time you have taken to reply.
Who ate my sandwich?
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