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Old 07-21-2007, 05:42 PM   #1
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Linksys Ether16 DMA/IRQ/IO configuration

What I am about to describe here is unconventional to say the least, but as I am both limited in funds and relatively creative, I'm going to try to make this work.

I have a 1998-vintage 300Mhz AMD K6-2 IBM Aptiva E2N Model 2153 with 2 ISA and one PCI slots running SuSE kernel 2.6.4-52. The ultimate goal is to use parts already in my possession to create a wireless hub.

I have installed a Linksys Ether16 ISA NIC. SuSE knows it exists, but appears to be non-PnP compatible, which means I need to set DMA/IRQ/etc manually.

How do I go about this?



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