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Finding Network Card's i/o

Posted on 1998-02-13
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HI,
  Trying to install network card in linux slackware 3.4.
It's an ne2000 clone 32bit PCI 10base.
Under win95 it shows me a range for the i/o, and the number format is different to linux, where it asks me for a io=0xNNN formatted i/o, and the win95 is different even.
What do i do to get the i/o for linux?
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Use the first number in the "range" from win95 as IO.

Be careful if you have a PnP card.
The kernel must have PnP support if the card is PnP.


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