Re: how to set IRQ of network card

Siddharth Srivastava (siddy@bhaskara.ee.iisc.ernet.in)
Wed, 10 Mar 1999 12:13:22 +0530 (IST)


On Tue, 9 Mar 1999, John Vannoy wrote:

>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Hamid Reza Shahriari <shahriar@bol.sharif.ac.ir>
> To: linux-net@vger.rutgers.edu <linux-net@vger.rutgers.edu>
> Date: Tuesday, March 09, 1999 1:36 AM
> Subject: Re: how to set IRQ of network card
>
>
> >John Vannoy wrote:
> >>
> >> I have a Linksys 10/100 PCI card in my Linux/Win 95 dual boot machine.
> The
> >> card works fine when I boot windows so I know the card is OK. I have had
> no
> >> luck whatsoever getting the network going under Linux (Redhat 5.2). The
> >> machine can't even ping its own IP. I always get the message "Resource
> >> temporarily unavailable".
> >>
> >> Judging from the output of ifconfig, it looks like my card is using IRQ
> 16.
> >> When I have Windows booted up, device manager says the card is using IRQ
> 10.
> >> How can I specify that I want the card to use IRQ 10 under RH 5.2?
> >>
> >
> >Hi
> > Read /proc/pci in Linux, you can find its true IRQ and IO address.
> >
> >--Hamid R. Shahriari
> >
>
> Hmm, that file says everything is using IRQ 255 . . . that doesn't sound
> right.
>
> So how do I specify the IRQ setting for the network card?
>
> John
> ****************************************************************
try the script called interrupts(i guess it is in pci)..it will tell u
what all interrupts are busy....generally IRQ 10,9 & 5 are used(say u have
3 NIC's

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