GUIDE.TXT Driver File Contents (NA010.zip)

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*                       PNP ISA ETHERNET ADAPTER                            *
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*                     Driver Installation for LINUX                         *
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PNP ISA Ethernet Adapter is NE2000 compatable. You can use LINUX bundled
NE2000 driver (ne.o) to install.

Manual Installation Method
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1. Plug PNP ISA Ethernet Adapter into PC's ISA-bus slot.

2. Boot into LINUX and add "alias eth0 ne" into the /etc/conf.modules file.

   cd /etc
   vi conf.modules
      alias eth0 ne

3. Run the following commands at the LINUX prompt.

   modprobe ne io=0x300

   ifconfig eth0 192.74.53.10

4. Now, you can run 'ifconfig' or 'netstat -i' to see if there is a
   interface 'eth0'.

   NOTE:
     ne.o only supports 0x300,0x280,0x320,0x340 & 0x360 I/O ports.
     In some case, adapter(in Plug & Play mode) may be assigned one I/O
     port not in the range. You can use SETUP.EXE(in DOS) to set the
     card in JUMPERLESS mode and set ioaddr to one of these I/O ports.


Other Installation Method
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RedHat 6.x
  - Run "linuxconf" to setup your card.

     Select Networking -> Client tasks -> Basic host information
     -> Click Adaptor 1 to configure your adapter

     For example:

          Click "Enabled" (i.e. enable "Activate interface at boot time")

          IP address      192.74.53.10
          Netmask         255.255.255.0
          Net device      eth0
          Kernel module   ne
          I/O port        0x300
          Irq             5

  - Save the changes and run "shutdown -r now" to reboot the system.


Slackware:
  - Add "alias eth0 ne" into the /etc/conf.modules file.
  - Run netconfig to configure IP.
  - Modify /etc/rc.d/rc.modules:
      Add one line: /sbin/modprobe ne io=0x300

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