Re: Need help with network modules

Arni Raghu (arni@caip.rutgers.edu)
Tue, 21 Dec 1999 12:11:56 -0500


Hi,
This can sometimes mean that the driver u have is old....Make sure u have
the latest driver from cesdis..which card is this..???

hth,
Arni

> Hi,
>
> can anybody tell me where to look for the cause of this:
>
> modprobe -v <module> irq= io= dma=
>
> shows me something like:
>
> Blah Balah Blah correct card detected...
> init_module: device or resource busy
> insmod ... failed
>
> How can i figure out, what resources inquestion are busy and how to
> circumvent this? I already had a look at /proc/interrups, ioports and
> dma
> but none of the parameters given above are occupied by one of the active
> subsystems.
>
> Thanks, Andreas
>
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