Thanks for the tip-- that solved the problem.
It appears that devp-pccard was started by an enumerator, so I added the
options directly into /etc/system/enum/devices/bridge where devp-pccard is
started and that worked fine.
Even though the audio facilities on our Lippert CRR CPU board are disabled,
devp-pccard seems to hang the boot when started without these options (with
the orinoco card in).
Ambulatory Robotics Lab / Centre for Intelligent Machines / McGill
“Hugh Brown” <email@example.com> wrote in message
Previously, Dave McMordie wrote in qdn.public.qnxrtp.os:
I trying to get a TI PCI1450-based PC Card adapter (from Advanced
Logic) to work with RTP 6.1.
(1) With the card slots empty:
(runs and doesn’t return any output)
The output goes to slogger, so you will have to use ‘sloginfo’ to see the
‘pin’ shows all slots empty
(2) I insert the orinoco card and run pin again. It shows the card at
address 0x200 irq 5. (Same as the old setting with the ISA PC Card
(3) I try to start the network
io-net -d orinoco
The shell freezes and I am unable to do anything further.
I have a feeling I have overlooked something, or that this adapter card
simply won’t work with this release.
There was a problem detected with devp-pccard if you had an audio card in
your machine. Try starting ‘devp-pccard -a0x300,0x380 -v’ and then start
the network driver.