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johnk
Posted on: Jan 16 2004, 11:19 PM


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Hi,

I'm trying to change the I/O and IRQ settings for my isa nic. It looks like its getting assigned IRQ 10 at boot:
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isapnp: Scanning for PnP cards...
isapnp: Card 'SMC EtherEZ (8416)'
isapnp: 1 Plug & Play card detected total
smc-ultra.c: Presently autoprobing (not recommended) for a single card.
smc-ultra.c: ISAPnP reports SMC EtherEZ (8416) at i/o 0x240, irq 10.
smc-ultra.c:v2.02 2/3/98 Donald Becker (becker@cesdis.gsfc.nasa.gov)
eth0: SMC EtherEZ at 0x240, 00 E0 29 16 9F E2,assigned  IRQ 10 programmed-I/O mode.



Here's what my /proc/isapnp file currently looks like:

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[root@localhost root]# cat /proc/isapnp
Card 1 'SMC8416:SMC EtherEZ (8416)' PnP version 1.0 Product version 1.0
 Logical device 0 'SMC8416:Unknown'
   Supported registers 0x2
   Device is active
   Active port 0x240
   Active IRQ 10 [0x2]
   Active DMA 0,0
   Resources 0
     Priority preferred
     Port 0x240-0x3e0, align 0x1f, size 0x20, 10-bit address decoding
     IRQ 3,5,7,2/9,10,11 High-Edge


I've tried adding options smc-ultra irq=3 to the /etc/modules.conf file, and then rebooting, doing an ifdown eth0 and ifup eth0 but no matter what I do it always says Active IRQ 10 in /proc/isapnp. If I try changing the device IRQ through the redhat networking option, it just adds like options line to modules.conf like I had it, but the active irq is still listed as 10. I've also tried unchecking the 'activate at boot' option, and then doing a /etc/init.d/network restart but it still shows the same thing. I'm trying to make the device use IRQ 3 and Input/Output range 0240 - 025F. Any suggestions as to how I could go about doing this?

Thanks,
John
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Posted on: Jan 15 2004, 12:22 AM


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alias eth0 smc-ultra was already in /etc/modules.conf. I tried the network restart, but got the same behavior as I did at boot. I tried changing the irq (through redhat settings) but that didn't help. I tried manually setting the addresses as I got from winipcfg through gnome, and when I did the Redhat boot gave me an OK on bringing up eth0, but the internet still did not work. As for PCI cards, I've tried 3: a dlink card, with non-functional drivers, and 2 dysfunction linksys cards (while technical support ignored my email even with their 24 hour response promise rule). I suppose I could look around some more and try to find a 3com card and see how that works, but as for my ISA card it seems as if I'm pretty much up a creek, huh?

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Posted on: Jan 13 2004, 08:17 PM


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I added this, and my system was experiencing the same behavior. Thinking I may have modified something I shouldn't have, I decided to reinstall redhat 9.0 since my internet connection worked with it on the first install and I was willing to settle. Now, I started over from a fresh install of Red Hat 9.0 and the internet does not work there, either. It was working the first time I installed it a little while ago but now it doesn't work. My ISP (comcast@home) conveniently does not offer support for linux, and since my connection is working in windows there is nothing they can help me with. Based on this, I don't think it's the settings that are incorrect but I don't know what is or what I can do about it. Comcast asked me if I was using a router because there was some type of conflict and I'm thinking that may have something to do with it but the support agent did not know anything of the nature. I booted up red hat while I was on the phone with support and they said I was pinging okay, but the connection does not work and it tells me failed when bringing up eth0. I asked what to put in for DNS server etc, but the lady told me it should get that by itself. Does anybody have a suggestion - this problem is quite frustrating. Again I'm just using a cable modem, with one computer. No special networking options right now. What could keep my DHCP from working in all distros of linux (but not windows apparently) and how can I fix it?
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I've tried setting up the info by typing in my IP address etc, and after I do this I am able to ping myself but nothing else. I wrote down the information from winipcfg in win98, and I've tried putting that in the manual setup. Any suggestions?
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I managed to get my network card (SMC EtherEZ (8416)) to show up in ifconfig under eth0 by doing a modprobe smc-ultra, and it seemed to go well. However, when I do a dhcpcd eth0, there is a pause, and then it returns me the prompt without a response. After this, the internet still does not work. When I go to check ifconfig again, eth0 is not there anymore.

Here is some information I obtained that may be useful:

ifconfig - http://www.angelfire.com/bug/hardware/2
lsmod - http://www.angelfire.com/bug/hardware/3

I'm connecting to the internet through a cable modem and comcast@home is my ISP. When I installed the card in windows, it loaded the drivers and I didn't have to assign an IP address or set up anything so it seems like DHCP is the right choice. Is there something I'm missing? If it matters, I'm using slackware 9.1. I've tried netconfig and this does not help.

Here is the information shown at boot (I commented out the right line in /etc/rc.d/rc.modules/etc/modules.conf):

isapnp: Scanning for PnP cards...
isapnp: Card 'SMC EtherEZ (8416)'
isapnp: 1 Plug & Play card detected total
smc-ultra.c: Presently autoprobing (not recommended) for a single card.
smc-ultra.c: ISAPnP reports SMC EtherEZ (8416) at i/o 0x240, irq 10.
smc-ultra.c:v2.02 2/3/98 Donald Becker (becker@cesdis.gsfc.nasa.gov)
eth0: SMC EtherEZ at 0x240, 00 E0 29 16 9F E2,assigned IRQ 10 programmed-I/O mode.
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Well, it looks like I'm going to need to try yet another distro. But as a last resort I've posted the output of a few commands to see if that helps anybody figure out my problem.

http://www.angelfire.com/bug/hardware

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I manged to compile the c file (no thanks to the instructions). It then said at 'root' test the module by doing a "insmod driver.o". I typed this and said no such file or directory. I did a find / -name 'smc*' and a lot of differnet stuff came up. What looked most familiar was a:
/lib/modules/2.4.22/kernel/drivers/net/smc-ultra.o.gz

I tried a:
insmod /lib/modules/2.4.22/kernel/drivers/net/smc-ultra.o
No such file or directory

and a:
insmod /lib/modules/2.4.22/kernel/drivers/net/smc-ultra.o.gz

This was followed by about 5 or 6 lines which talked about unresolved symbols being present. There is another text file included here which the instructions did not mention at all. I'm going to try to copy it into the same directory as the c file, and then recompile and see if I get any better luck. I'm guessing this won't help me very much, but if it does I'll make a post here. Otherwise, maybe somebody will have a suggestion for me in the meantime.
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Thinking I might need to install some linux drivers, I went to the SMC website and figured I'd try to take a look. I downloaded some linux drivers for EtherEZ (ISA). I managed to save the files on a floppy and copy the c file as the instructions told me to. It told me to copy the driver source code to a source directory such as /usr/src/modules. I created the modules directory using mkdir, and copied the c file in there. It then told me to compile the files using the compile command at the bottom of the driver source file which was:

gcc -D__KERNEL__ -Wall -O6 -I/usr/src/linux/net/inet -c smc-ultra.c

First of all it told me it couldn't find the file so I replaced smc-ultra.c with smc-ul~1.c because I had to copy it that way, but it didn't help. Also it had a problem with the directory, I believe it said no input directory? I don't understand why the included instructions aren't working, if this is even necessary, or what to do now. I was logged in as root. Could somebody help? =(
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I'm having some problems with my network settings. I can't connect to the internet through linux and I could use some expert advice.

I believe I have a SMC EtherEZ (8416). It shows this in windows under networking as the hardware device. I'm using slackware 9.1. I'm using connecting to the internet via a comcast@home cable modem. When it's booting up I see this:

isapnp: Scanning for PNP cards
isapnp: Card 'SMC EtherEZ (8416)'
isapnp: 1 Plug & Play Card detected

When I do ifconfig -a I see:
lo Link encap : Local Loopback
inet addr: 127.0.0.1 Mask: 255.0.0.0
UP LOOPBACK RUNNING ..after this it lists packets and errors and everything has a 0

I've tried modprobe tulip, modprobe epic100, modprobe 8139too, modprobe e100, modprobe eepro100. All of these have given me similar outputs for example:

/lib/modules/2.4.221/kernel/drivers/net/epic100.o.92: init-module: No such device
.. and then it tells me failed.

I've tried dhclient eth0, and dhclient lo0 but both of these said uknown interface: no such device and not found.

I've tried to do a cat /proc/isapnp but it says theres no file or folder.
I was also instructed to do a /proc/pci and a lot of stuff came up but nothing resembled my ethernet card.

I've tried netconfig with many different values (choosing DHCP) and I have had no success. I shouldn't have to put in an ip address, because every setting I have ever used has been autodetect and worked. When I load up GNOME (depending on what settings I put in) netconfig sometimes it tells me no connection found or something similar and asks to try again or go into GNOME anyway. I've switched to another virtual console while in GNOME and it has said Client 5 rejected from local host. Also, unlike in redhat, there doesn't seem to be a network configuration in a GUI environment.

If anybody could help out that would be great because I can't really tinker around without an internet connect to search for help on what I want to do. If you do respond please be newbie-friendly as I've only booted around 4 or 5 times and am still learning. =)

Thanks alot!

John

Oh, also I didn't have a problem in Red Hat 9.0 if that makes a difference. It showed the hardware device and I had it autodetect the settings and it worked.
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I just figured out how to tinker around with LILO and got it working a little, but I seem to prefer GRUB much more. I looked in my /sbin folder and don't see anything grub related there (I don't think slackware gave me the option). Could you explain to me how to install GRUB instead? I'm sure it must be somewhere on that Red hat install cd....
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Error #1 to be exact.
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I moved the drive off of the ultra 66 controller and onto the motherboard controller (as master). This solved all issues, and I've decided to go with slackware 9.1 if you were curious. Thanks a lot for your help! But, since I'm here I did have a few questions about configuration... =)

1. During the slackware install I tried to install LILO and it said LILO returned an error and it wasn't successful. I've tried booting from a boot disk and running liloconfig, but whether I try to install to MBR or linux partition I get the same error. (I'd prefer not to have to boot from a boot disk every time). The root partition is flagged as bootable in cfdisk. GRUB used to be my boot loader from the red hat installation, but I've done a fdisk /mbr since then and I believe it removed that (and it doesn't show up anymore on boot).

2. I skipped the network configuration option during the install because I had been there in one of my previous installs and didn't know what to put for certain values. I'm trying to set up my ethernet card, and I can't find the option in GNOME. I'd prefer to set it up in GNOME as opposed to the command line, how can I do this?

Thanks again!
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I believe I already tried to update the kernel -
I ran the Red Hat Update Agent and updated everything except the kernel. When I run the agent, it lists the kernel under 'Packages Flagged To Be Skipped'. Under reason skipped it has Pkg name/pattern. Anyhow, I figured updating the kernel was an important step so I selected it, and continued with the update/install. After a reboot, I wasn't able to boot into either version of Red Hat because when it got to a certain step (I beleive it was checking filesystem) it said it had to run a check and then it said FAILED. The agent lists the kernel as version 2.4.20 and the release as 27.9. So, since I wasn't able to boot into either version and lack the skills to be tinkering around, I just decided to do a fresh install and here I am. It sounds like what you're saying is a differnet way to do the same thing, right? If so, I might run into a similar problem and be stuck doing another fresh install. I could try the update and then boot into windows and post back and forth if you think we could get it up and running, but I don't think you'd want to waste all that time trying to help me with what seems like a real muddy problem. =) I still have a lot of room on this drive, and I thought about trying a differnet distribution that might not have the same bug. Do you think it would be a good idea to try another to see if I have a similar problem? What do you think would be my best bet?

John
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/sbin/hdparm -i /dev/hdf

/dev/hdf:

Model=WDC WD1200JB-00FUA0, FwRev=15.05R15, SerialNo=WD-WCAES1016450
Config={ HardSect NotMFM HdSw>15uSec SpinMotCtl Fixed DTR>5Mbs FmtGapReq }
RawCHS=16383/16/63, TrkSize=57600, SectSize=600, ECCbytes=74
BuffType=DualPortCache, BuffSize=8192kB, MaxMultSect=16, MultSect=16
CurCHS=16383/16/63, CurSects=16514064, LBA=yes, LBAsects=234441648
IORDY=on/off, tPIO={min:120,w/IORDY:120}, tDMA={min:120,rec:120}
PIO modes: pio0 pio1 pio2 pio3 pio4
DMA modes: mdma0 mdma1 mdma2
UDMA modes: udma0 udma1 udma2 udma3 udma4 udma5
AdvancedPM=no WriteCache=enabled
Drive conforms to: device does not report version: 1 2 3 4 5 6

/sbin/hdparm -v /dev/hdf

/dev/hdf:
multcount = 16 (on)
IO_support = 0 (default 16-bit)
unmaskirq = 0 (off)
using_dma = 0 (off)
keepsettings = 0 (off)
readonly = 0 (off)
readahead = 8 (on)
geometry = 14593/255/63, sectors = 234441648, start = 0


Here is the exact drive here if this helps also: http://www.zipzoomfly.com/jsp/ProductDetai...e=101205-315002
(Western Digital 1200JB)

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Update: For now I'm glad to annoucne that I've successfully installed and am running Red Hat 9.0! Thanks for your help and advice, I might look into other distrobutions after i get a little practice with this.

However, I noticed it was a little slow booting up and it keeps repeating these messages:

hdf: dma_timer_expiry: dma status == 0x61

PDC202XX:Primary Channel Reset

hdf: timeout waiting for DMA

hdf is the drive with red hat linux on it. I didn't set up anything for DMA, it must have done so automatically. Stuff loads a little slow and it all seems related. Just wondering if there was anything I could do about that, this new drive is supposed to rival high-end SCSI drives in speed! I did the redhat update, but that didn't do much for this problem.

John
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According to this post:

http://www.unixquestions.org/questions/history/32202

Somebody gets an error similar to mine, and somebody responds that it is bug 61917. I guess trying to install a newer version of Red Hat would be a good idea.
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I tried and it froze again. This time I tried conrol-alt-f1 and the screen was filled with this message (which seems like it could be a problem):

(anaconda : 81) : GnomeCanvas-CRITICAL **:file gnome-canvas-path-def .c:line 1142
(gnome_canvas_path_def_any_closed):assertion 'path != NULL' failed

Is it possible there's a bug in the installation program? That looks like some sort of programming error to me. I don't know how much that means, but do you think that rules out the bad CD drive possiblity?
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Update: I just fixed my POST beeping problem. Turns out I had a bunch of garbage symbols in my Autoexec.bat file. Once I removed them, it only does the normal single test beep.
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You were right about the S being a 5. When I tried to update the BIOS on my motherboard, everything went well until I restarted. It gave me 2 checksum errors, one on my system password so it cleared it and the other on my CMOS setup. I thought that was odd so I went into setup and didn't find anything fishy. Everything booted normally from there and when I restarted I didn't find the errors again. It now shows the updated BIOS version when I boot my computer and everything runs as normal.

I was successfully able to update my Ultra 66 BIOS/Drivers.

After updating my Ultra66 BIOS/Drivers, on boot it shows the drives full capacity at boot. I'm not sure if it matters, but when I use fdisk in win98 it still shows the drive as being about 48 GB. When I go into my CMOS setup, under IDE configuration under Primary IDE Master it has none and then when I press enter on this it has [auto] on. It also has the same settings for Primary IDE slave. It was this way before and after both BIOS upgrades.

The bad news is that after another attempt to install Red Hat, the same freezing occured during the same part of the install. Since I'm getting desperate (and I don't want to resort to installing a new CD drive), I should mention that when I boot the computer, there is the first POST beep, followed by a pause, followed by 4 consecutive POST beeps. I went to the Phoenix website and tried to figure out what is wrong but I couldn't find out what this meant because the .pdf chart was too complicated for me to understand. I'm thinking there could be hardware trouble and this could possibly be giving me my problems.

If you have any more suggestions for me I'd be glad to give them a try. If I wasn't clear or you need more information I'd be glad to give it to you.

Thanks

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I can't seem to find the exact model number, but it is a gateway and it says 500 on the case. p3 500mhz, 12.6 GB hd, (it came with less than 160 MB ram beacuse I upgraded but I don't recall exactly how much it started with). I bought the computer maybe 5 or so years ago.

I opened it up and the only writing I found on the motherboard was:

Creative E51373
1373-0001-01

SMSC FDC37M707
B9847-D75110
2SMT39113.1

Upon booting up I got this information:

PhoenixBIOS 4.0 Release 6.0

...then some copywrite stuff followed by
4W4sB0X0.1SA.0012.P07

Also, I found out that I have a PROMISE Ultra 66 Controller I guess it is, and the disk that came with the computer has driver version 1.42, and I don't think I updated that.

Not sure if any of that information is helpful but if not please reply and I'll try to keep searching to find out more info on this motherboard.

Thanks a bunch
John
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Just ran memtest86, it passed 4 times, and it had 0 errors.
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I think that sounds possible. At boot, it shows the hard drive as being only about 48 gigs and in fdisk (in win98) it shows it the same. The Red Hat install program recognizes the drive for the full 120 gigs though. Do you think this could still be a problem? Without sounding like too much of a beginner, where can I find my motherboard information in win98, I'm looking in the device manager and I can't seem to find it there.

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Hi,

I've tried install Red Hat 8.0 about 5 times now, and every time when it gets to installing the packages it freezes. The partitioning and formatting part of the install seem to work fine. It starts off copying the packages just fine, but always freezes in a different place. When it freezes it doesn't attempt to access the cd drive, and both the activity and power light stay on. The only way to get out of this state is via the power button. I tried cleaning the cd and leaving the computer off for hours so it could cool down but neither of these have helped. I've given more than adequate space to the swap, root, and boot partitions prior to this. I'm attempting to install Red Hat to a fresh 120 GB Western Digital WD1200JB hard drive (slave) and I'm using Windows 98 on a smaller (12 GB) hard drive (master). If anybody has any idea on how to help me I would appreciate it as installing Red Hat was one of my primary reasons for purchasing the new drive. If any hardware information please tell me what you need and how I can obtain it. Also, I've tried the media check and it passed.

Thanks,

John
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