tulip.o

All of the network cards on my lan work beautifully with the tulip.o driver
for linux systems. I use a Linksys 4 port router to connect the 3 machines
to the internet.

Is there going to be a future version of the QNX demo or bootable CD that
will include such a driver or “autodetect” the DHCP server (which the router
acts as a DHCP)… ?

Keith <unixgold@hotmail.com> wrote:

All of the network cards on my lan work beautifully with the tulip.o driver
for linux systems. I use a Linksys 4 port router to connect the 3 machines
to the internet.

Is there going to be a future version of the QNX demo or bootable CD that
will include such a driver or “autodetect” the DHCP server (which the router
acts as a DHCP)… ?

There already is a tulip driver in the release, however, there are some
cards that look like tulips and kinda smell like tulips but really are
not tulips (early rev’s of the LinkSys LNE100TX and SOHO cards to name two).
Also, this isn’t really the right place to be asking this sort of question
as this is ment for people asking questions about writing network drivers
not using/getting them. :wink:

chris

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

Chris McKillop – Lewis Carroll –
Software Engineer, QSSL
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I know how to use tulip.o as a module in Linux, but how can I setup tulip.o
in QNX?

John


Keith <unixgold@hotmail.com> wrote in article <96brv0$hnh$1@inn.qnx.com>…

All of the network cards on my lan work beautifully with the tulip.o
driver
for linux systems. I use a Linksys 4 port router to connect the 3
machines
to the internet.