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Re: VIA Nic Driver

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Thanks for the info. I'll dig out my VIA motherboard and have a look.

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I tested with the same build on a machine with the exact same PCI ID for the NIC, but I couldn't reproduce your problem.

One possibility is that another device that uses the same IRQ has a buggy driver that doesn't share IRQs well (or even rhine.device itself could have an IRQ problem). Can you disable as many other drivers as possible and retest? E.g. sound, USB, ATA etc.

Also, I tested without any Ethernet cable plugged in, so please do the same.

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It hangs only if the cable is plugged in.
Without the cable startnet finishes and I can ping localhost ip.

AHI uses the void.audio.
How can I disable for example the usb driver? Trident shows a pciusb.device, but I can't find it in devs/drivers.

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I can specify some more the situation:

No cable attached:
1. Clean boot -> open shell -> ping 127.0.0.1 -> cannot open bsdsocket,,,
startnet -> system hangs

2. Clean boot -> open shell -> startnet
ping 127.0.0.1 -> works

Cable attached:
2. Clean boot -> open shell -> startnet -> system hangs


According to PCITool IRQ channel 10 is shared between the network controller, the UHCI USBs and the display adapter.

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At boot time after the ACPI intialization complete message, there is a line two times:
[PCIDevice] WARNING: Interrupt line is not assigned! Device may freeze or malfunction at use!

Does it means somenething in context of the problem?

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Sorry for the mess...

Now the usb driver is disabled. Startnet seem not hangs anymore.
However there is no network connection be it set DHCP or manual.

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Can you tell from PCITool what devices don't have interrupts assigned? It might be related to the problem.

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ID, descr., vendor/product, IRQ

00.00.0 Bridge 0x1106 / 0x0314 N/A
00.00.1 Bridge 0x1106 / 0x1314 N/A
00.00.2 Bridge 0x1106 / 0x2314 N/A
00.00.3 Bridge 0x1106 / 0x3208 N/A
00.00.4 Bridge 0x1106 / 0x4314 N/A
00.00.7 Bridge 0x1106 / 0x7314 N/A
00.01.0 Bridge 0x1106 / 0xb198 N/A
00.0f.0 SATA 0x1106 / 0x3149 9(B)
00.0f.1 IDE 0x1106 / 0x0571 0(A)
00.10.0 USB UHCI 0x1106 / 0x3038 10(A)
00.10.1 USB UHCI 0x1106 / 0x3038 10(A)
00.10.4 USB EHCI 0x1106 / 0x3104 5(C)
00.11.0 Bridge 0x1106 / 0x3227 N/A
00.11.5 Audio 0x1106 / 0x3059 255(C)
00.11.6 Modem 0x1106 / 0x3068 255(C)

00.12.0 Ethernet 0x1106 / 0x3065 10(A)

01.00.0 VGA 0x1106 / 0x3344 10(A)

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Thanks for the info. The devices with an IRQ of 0 or 255 are potentially troublesome. Are you booting from SATA or PATA?

Could you check if any packets have been sent or received after startnet? Run this command:

Extras:networking/utilities/sanautil/sanautil DEVICE rhine.device STATUS

(That's the command path for a nightly, it might be somewhere else on a distro, e.g. SYS:System/Network/AROSTCP/C/Sanautil)

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