In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Srikanth Saripalli wrote:
Since my trouble is similar…
pccard nic - a linksys 10/100 pccard.
( also trouble with a Zoom pccard modem that works under linux,
but that’s another issue, though also an important one )
Do the following
see if devp-pccard is running
if it is running do
you should be able to see your pcmcia card.
Yup. That’s where I took the base io and irq from.
It’s not the same as Linux, but I don’t really expect
it to be.
( maybe I should be using the same numbers that do work
with linux ? )
If not do
then you should be able to see your pc-card
io-net -d -d orinoco -p tcpip
orinococ is the driver for the 802.11b orinococ card
now if you do ifconfig en1
you should be able to see your card.
Using the ne2000 driver, it appears to be there.
configure your card:-)
Now, here’s where I run into trouble.
Get a bunch of no file socket errors, and such.
pinging the ip assigned to the machine returns immediately.
pinging my linux server gets a “host is down” error, BUT…
I never see any traffic indications on the nic led’s.
route commands get socket errors.
I’ll admit that I’m not that good with these sorts of things,
and unfamiliar with the peculiarities of a QNX system.
A plucked goose doesn’t lay golden eggs.