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MELCO LPC3 DRIVER

Probing for an MII bus has failed. Cannot locate my ports! This indicates a coding error in the PC Card attachment, because a PHY is required for the chips that generate this error message. This condition could also be caused if the kernel is configured for a different IRQ channel than the one the card is actually using. Cannot locate my ports! The 3c can only be assigned to IRQs 2 through 5. This flag takes precedence over force 16bit mode.

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Support us by giving us a gift! This may be needed for some clones which incorrectly identify themselves as 16bit, even lpd3 they only have an 8bit interface. This flag disables the use of multiple transmit buffers and may be necessary in rare cases where packets melck sent out faster than a machine on the other end can handle as evidenced by severe packet lossage.

This indicates a coding error in the PC Card attachment, because a PHY is required for the chips that mepco this error message. This flag forces the card to 16bit mode regardless of how the card identifies itself. Indicates that a packet was received with a packet length that was either larger than the maximum size or smaller than the minimum size allowed by the IEEE This condition could also be caused if the kernel is configured for a different IRQ channel than the one the card is actually using.

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They occasionally switch the byte order of the length field in the packet ring header several different causes of this related to an off-by-one byte alignment – resulting in “NIC memory corrupt – invalid packet length” messages. The 3c can only be assigned to IRQs 2 through 5.

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Use of automated download software “harvesters” such as wget, httrack, etc. Cannot find any RAM, start: Usually caused by the ISA bus speed being set too fast. The Linux Knowledge Base and Tutorial may contain links to sites on the Internet, which are owned and operated by third parties. As a result, it may throw out some good packets which have been mleco but not yet transferred from the card to main memory. If we are unable to accommodate you, we will, at your request, remove your document as quickly as possible.

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All logos and trademarks in this site are property of their respective owner. This likely indicates that the card was improperly recognized as a Gateway or that the card is defective. When using a 3c card, the AUI connection may be selected by specifying the link2 option to ifconfig 8 BNC is the default.

The Linux Tutorial is not responsible for the content of any such third-party site. They occasionally switch the byte order lpx3 the ,elco field in the packet ring header several different causes of this related to an off-by-one byte alignment – resulting in “NIC memory corrupt – invalid packet length” messages.

Indicates a logic problem in the driver.

The flags are a bit field, and are summarized as follows: Use of this flag also provides one more packet worth of receiver buffering, and ppc3 8bit cards, this may help reduce receiver lossage. They lock up whenever the receive ring-buffer overflows. As a registered user you have some advantages like theme manager, comments configuration and post comments with your name.

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This likely indicates that the card was improperly recognized as a Gateway or that the card is defective. This may be needed for some clones which incorrectly identify themselves as 8bit, even though they have a 16bit ISA interface.

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Usually caused by a conflict with another card on the ISA bus, but in some cases may also indicate faulty cabling. The ed driver provides support for 8 and 16bit Ethernet cards that are based on the National Semiconductor DS and similar NICs manufactured by other companies. The ed driver does not support the following Ethernet NICs: This may be needed for some clones which incorrectly identify themselves as 16bit, even though they only have an 8bit interface.

The flags are a bit field, and are summarized as follows:. Indicates that a packet was received with a packet length that was either larger than the maximum size or smaller than the minimum size allowed by the IEEE When the card was probed at system boot time, the ed driver found that it could not clear the card’s shared memory.

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