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Re: VIA Nic Driver

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Great job Kal! Glad to see this one done so far.. as soon as I will find some spare money I will get me a small EPIA as AROS native box, would be a good combi with the new HTTP server and a FTP server!

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Re: VIA Nic Driver

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Nic has submitted to the AROS SVN an update to the arosTCP. This update to the tcp/ip stack is now allowing viarhine.device to work properly. So tonight's build, is your chance to Nic's via RhineII's driver to the test.

Dammy
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Posted on: 2007/3/19 20:07
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Re: VIA Nic Driver

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http://i175.photobucket.com/albums/w1 ... tee/via-rhine-online2.png

Yes - and i could really do with feedback to see if it is working correctly for everyone.

ATM i havent heard from a single person who can use it even though its been on svn for some time =(

Posted on: 2007/3/20 14:14

Edited by Kalamatee on 2007/3/20 15:11:08
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Re: VIA Nic Driver

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Is the driver (and the new updated arosTCP) being built in the nightlies?

Dammy

Posted on: 2007/3/20 19:43
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Re: VIA Nic Driver

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I've checked, the driver doesn't power up the NIC.
Fab says you need to pci_outb(0x00, base+0x83) for this. However i would advice to consult Linux source code, it contains explanation of this register. It allows to do nice things like wakeup on LAN. Probably AROS could support it.
However this would involve creating a mechanism by means of which exec.library would tell the drivers that it's about to shut down. Drivers should take appropriate actions then according to user's preferences (for example Rhine driver would set up WOL).
I don't know how it is to be done in MorphOS 1.5. I know only that it has Shutdown() call in exec.library.

Posted on: 2007/3/21 2:29
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Re: VIA Nic Driver

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I just downloaded the latest nightly to fire up in qemu here at work, and I noticed that the rtl8139 driver has made an appearance too.

This is fantastic, I have a box of those!

Looks like I can finally get networking sorted in a native AROS install. I know what I'm doing when I get home!

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Re: VIA Nic Driver

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According to the previous post (although it's a bit old) there
are a rtl8139 driver. I am curious if so ? Can anybody confirm
if it's working or not ?

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Re: VIA Nic Driver

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Hi!

Here is a VT6102/VT6103 [Rhine-II] Vendor: 0x1106 Prod: 0x3065 Rev:0x78
Fujitsu Amilo notebook.

Added the rhine.device (0.3) in network preferences and saved.
After launch startnet the machine freezes.

Any help?

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Re: VIA Nic Driver

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@lazi

What version of AROS are you using? Does PCITool show an interrupt number for the device?

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Re: VIA Nic Driver

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@ncafferkey

Aros is a nightly build i386 ABIV0 2017-05-01

Version said this:
Kickstart 51.51
Workbench 40.0

If you mean IRQ, then PCI tool shows IRQ: 10 (A)
Bar0: I/O at 0x2000 (size 0x100)
Bar1: Memory at 0xd0000400 (size 0x100)

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