3Com 509C ISA....question

I have a 3Com 509C ISA NIC and for some reason it’s not being recognized. I
ran nettrap and it recognized the card, but now how do I get QNX to
automatically load the drivers for the card?

I’m at work currently and can’t check until I get home later…

Thanks in advance…

Jason Pratt
jpratt@ssr-inc.com

Jason Pratt <jpratt.DELETE@me.ssr-inc.com> wrote:

I have a 3Com 509C ISA NIC and for some reason it’s not being recognized. I
ran nettrap and it recognized the card, but now how do I get QNX to
automatically load the drivers for the card?

If you add the following to /etc/rc.d/rc.local you should be fine…

#!/bin/sh
slay io-net
io-net -del509 -pttcpip
netmanager

Oh, and don’t forget to “chmod 755 rc.local” when you are done. You
can test it without rebooting by just running it as ./rc.local.

chris

cdm@qnx.com > “The faster I go, the behinder I get.”

Chris McKillop – Lewis Carroll –
Software Engineer, QSSL
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“Chris McKillop” <cdm@qnx.com> wrote in message
news:8r2q59$cj1$1@nntp.qnx.com

If you add the following to /etc/rc.d/rc.local you should be fine…

#!/bin/sh
slay io-net
io-net -del509 -pttcpip
netmanager

Oh, and don’t forget to “chmod 755 rc.local” when you are done. You
can test it without rebooting by just running it as ./rc.local.

Chris, I didn’t seem to have an rc.local file so I created one with PhEdit,
added the above line, and saved it under /etc/rc.d/rc.local.
Went into terminal and chmod 755’d it. Then in the /etc/rc.d directory I
tied running it, ./rc.local. After doing so I received the following
error…

./rc.local

: No such file or directoryh

What is causing it? I hope I can get my cable working :slight_smile:

-Jason

Jason Pratt <ancient.DELETE@me.tampabay.rr.com> wrote:

“Chris McKillop” <> cdm@qnx.com> > wrote in message
news:8r2q59$cj1$> 1@nntp.qnx.com> …
If you add the following to /etc/rc.d/rc.local you should be fine…

#!/bin/sh
slay io-net
io-net -del509 -pttcpip
netmanager

Oh, and don’t forget to “chmod 755 rc.local” when you are done. You
can test it without rebooting by just running it as ./rc.local.


Chris, I didn’t seem to have an rc.local file so I created one with PhEdit,
added the above line, and saved it under /etc/rc.d/rc.local.
Went into terminal and chmod 755’d it. Then in the /etc/rc.d directory I
tied running it, ./rc.local. After doing so I received the following
error…

./rc.local

: No such file or directoryh

I bet that PhEdit put a bunch of silly lines in your file. If you

cat /etc/rc.d/rc.local

what do you get?


chris

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cdm@qnx.com > “The faster I go, the behinder I get.”

Chris McKillop – Lewis Carroll –
Software Engineer, QSSL
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Jason Pratt wrote:

I have a 3Com 509C ISA NIC and for some reason it’s not being recognized. I
ran nettrap and it recognized the card, but now how do I get QNX to
automatically load the drivers for the card?

I’m at work currently and can’t check until I get home later…

Thanks in advance…

Hi

Refer to my e-mail from 15 minutes ago about 3Com NIC’s problems.
Try to change the TCP/IP stack ( it helps with my problem ),
if not, send the same problem tracking as i did - i think it can
help a lot.

M.