adding second network card
freebsdude at yahoo.com
Tue Apr 22 09:57:07 PDT 2003
No there is no normal dmesg output just a bunch of interupt handlers this happened when I recompiled the kernel. The only changes I made to the kernel config were to remove support for scsi devices since the system has none. So the kernel config is basically the generic. As a test I ran boot /kernel.old from the loader prompt but recieved the same dmesg output as well as vx1 not being found. The output of "ifconfig vx1 up" is: ifconfig: interface vx1 does not exist any ideas?
Volker Kindermann <freebsd at secspace.de> wrote:> Yes i386. On the console during the boot I see that IRQ 9 and 10 have
> been assigned to both my NICS. It is not until during the network
> congig phase that I get the "no such device" error message. Dmesg
> contains the following output: d6_debug RW *Handler Int
> 19 nd6_drlist R *Handler Node
> 20 nd6_prlist R *Handler Node
> 5 debug RW Node
> 282 mddebug RW *Handler Int
> 323 doslowdown RW *Handler Int
> 336 elf32_trace RW *Handler Int
> 338 boothowto R *Handler Int
> 339 bootverbose RW *Handler Int
> 345 free_devt RW *Handler Int
> 347 fdexpand R *Handler Int
> 366 sizeof RW Node
please excuse me, but I'm totaly amazed about this dmesg output. I
expected something like (this is from my 5.0 machine):
xl0: <3Com 3c905C-TX Fast Etherlink XL> port 0xb800-0xb87f mem
0xe0000000-0xe000007f irq 10 at device 10.0 on pci0 xl0: Ethernet
address: 00:01:02:a0:db:09 miibus0: on xl0
xlphy0: <3c905C 10/100 internal PHY> on miibus0
xlphy0: 10baseT, 10baseT-FDX, 100baseTX, 100baseTX-FDX, auto
don't you get such sort of thing? Of course not with xl0 but with vx0
and vx1 if you type "dmesg"? What is the content of the file
Does "ifconfig vx1 up" works?
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