Hello, Harald Brueckner <email@example.com> wrote: > I think the problem comes from the I/O port which gets automatically set to > 0xe400 (by the PCI BIOS) with this PCI card (at least in my special case). > With ISA cards I/O is defined from 0x0000 - 0x1fff I think. Just PCI moves that > I/O ports to that high addresses. :-/ This problem got reported to me as well for netboot, as the configuration program rejects I/O addresses above 0x1fff. If you run into a similar problem, please change line 791 in the file netboot/bootrom/utils/utilsrc/bconfig.c, which reads j = getnum("I/O address", 0, 0x1fff, TRUE); into j = getnum("I/O address", 0, 0x7fff, TRUE); Of course this fix will go into the next release of netboot. gero. -- Life sucks, but it's better than the alternative. - Peter da Silva -- Gero Kuhlmann, Hannover 0511/6497525 (Voice) firstname.lastname@example.org
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