>- A Netgear FA310TX, which unbelievably has NO EPROM SOCKET (and no >flash, as far as I can tell), though one can clearly see where the socket >was omitted from the card. Sigh. Does anyone know which Etherboot >driver works with this card? I can at least test floppy boot. It's a Tulip clone and I imagine some hacking of ntulip.c is required. >- An eepro100+ card, which seems to have a flash eprom on it. Has anyone >programmed the eepro100? It would be nice to have a similar utility to >what is available for the 3Com card. They both are using an AT498V512 >flash chip, which only says they probably have the same amount of flash, >since I'm sure the programming interfaces are different. I think Intel provide a flashing utility at their site. Think I mentioned this in RELNOTES or something. >The 3Com cards are expensive but very cool, in that one can program them >without a PROM burner. I suspect the eepro100+ is similar. Until the >PXE/Nilo/Multiboot/GRUB stuff gets sorted out, it would be neat (IMHO) to >be able to use Etherboot code in these cards. Yup, EEPROMs are cool, you don't need to buy a burner and eraser. =========================================================================== This Mail was sent to netboot mailing list by: Ken Yap <email@example.com> To get help about this list, send a mail with 'help' as the only string in it's body to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have problems with this list, send a mail to email@example.com.
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