well thank you very much, it took me some time to verify that this is
not the royal way for my card.
I did the following:
then I started:
devp-pccard -v -w16,8 &
enum-pccard & # there is no helpviewer entry on “enum-pccard” !!
then I entered the Cnet CN40BC pcmcia-card and it showed
“d1081356 bus=pcmcia removal_id=1 ven=0000 dev=0000 class=0600
ioport=0200 irq=7 index=0
F1081356” — the first and last one being the pid of enum-pccard
the verbose output of devp-pccard was a hex-dump of information with to
my judgement good and
consistent values like “C N e t C N 4 0 B C Ethernet DNE2000 …” (the
rest was not readable!)
then I started:
io-net -ptcpip -pqnet &
mount -Tio-net -o verbose,irq=0x7,ioport=0x200 /lib/dll/devn-ne2000.so
with a very good verbosity output, everything ok.
!! it did not work !!
I swapped pcmcia-slots - no success !!
Now I need further help
D-link card works (relatively easy) - but this one goes to Canada today
other Cnet-Cards did not work either with the previous config
Hugh Brown schrieb:
You will have to slay devp-pccard and re-start it with ‘devp-pccard -w8’
to force 8-bit width.
Previously, Joerg Kampmann wrote in qdn.public.ddk.network:
I got some trouble with the CNET 40 PCMCIA card on QNX 6. It will be
recognized under QNX 4 after some
fiddling with QNX 4 pcmcia-res.manager (generic) - the German QNX people
helped me a lot !
but under QNX 6 the same card will not run. It will be identified by
io-net -dne2000 -ptcpip …
but not communicate. netstat -in gives obviously good values.
Anybody any hint to that?
Jörg Kampmann - IBK-Consult for Real-Time and Embedded Systems
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