As I said before, the -V and -D command line options might be necessary to
start the Net.ether82557 driver.
Net.ether82557 -V8086 -Dnnnn, where nnnn is the deivce ID of the ethernet
chip. Do a ‘show_pci -v’ to get the vendor and device IDs.
“Kevin Miller” <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
Which of the Ethernet options will work with the 82557 driver?
“Hugh Brown” <> email@example.com> > wrote in message
news:buojgn$sv5$> firstname.lastname@example.org> …
The ethernet should work with the Net.ether82557 driver, but you might
to specify the Vendor and Device IDs on the command line with the -V
The board should run QNX4, but you won’t have hyper threading of course.
have run QNX4 on a P4 2.6Ghz machine, with no problems.
“Kevin Miller” <> email@example.com> > wrote in message
news:bum7j6$v4$> firstname.lastname@example.org> …
I’m interested in an Intel motherboard, the D865GBF for use with QNX
It has the following Ethernet options:
- 82562EZ PLC, or 82547EI PLC
If anyone has any comments on this, I would appreciate hearing from
I am also interested in any comments regarding “hyperthreading” Intel
running QNX. It appears that some BIOSs allow disabling of this
I would like to know if anyone has encountered any problems