Supported Realtek? / pccard support
toomany at toomany.net
Wed Sep 15 00:07:30 PDT 2004
Is Realtek 8139 supported by FreeBSD 5.3 -BETA4?
Sorry for this newbie question, but I'm reading the NOTES file, and
while the devices "rl" and "re" are in the GENERIC kernel-config file,
under NOTES file doesn't appear.
Also I'm trying to run a cardbus D-Link DFE-670TXD, supported by 4.x
series, and when I insert the card into pcmcia port, I can't obtain any
log (because the pcmcia don't run?)
The system is a fresh install from a FreeBSD-5.3 BETA-4 ISO, whitout any
compilation, and one reboot for a rc.conf addition (pccard_ether="YES").
The message into dmesg, when "discover" the cbb0 and cardbus0 (the
laptop is an Acer Aspire 1605 with two pcmcia ports) tell something
cbb0: <TI1520 PCI-cardBus Bridge> irq 16 at device 9.0 on pci0
cardbus0: <CardBus bus> on cbb0
pccard0: <16-bit PCCARD bus on cbb0
cbb: Unable to map IRQ...
cbb0: <TI1520 PCI-cardBus Bridge> irq 17 at device 9.1 on pci0
cardbus0: <CardBus bus> on cbb1
pccard0: <16-bit PCCARD bus on cbb1
The laptop is the same I wrote some time ago because doesn't recognize
the Realtek 8139 ethernet (this ethernet isn't a cardbus, is integrated
in the hardware).
Thank you!! (sorry for my bad english)
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