David Hinds wrote:
> Incidentally, the i82365 module should work ok (using ISA interrupts)
> despite the "No IRQ known" messages. The Yenta driver won't work at
> all if PCI interrupts aren't set up. So I guess another question
> would be, what card(s) are you using and how are they misbehaving?
I'm using tulip based cards and a linksys PC 10/100 + 56K mdm.
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