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 Post subject: Is my Card supported?
PostPosted: Wed Feb 06, 2013 9:42 pm 
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Hello,
I want to connect to internet, I checked my card information using the PCIDev.
Here are my card information: Vendor ID=14E4, DevID=1677
Is this card supported?
Thank you very much in advance.
Rey


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PostPosted: Wed Feb 06, 2013 9:49 pm 
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Sorry, it isn't supported in trunk yet, afaik, but hidnplayr can tell you a bit more.


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PostPosted: Wed Feb 06, 2013 10:13 pm 
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Thank you.
I hope you finish the KolibriOS with web browser.
I will buy the installation CD just to learn on how to build an OS.
Rey


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PostPosted: Wed Feb 06, 2013 10:23 pm 
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Now HTMLv is something like mobile web browser :)
KolibriOS is free, and you can download its' CD absoluutely for free. But we can prepare real CD specially for you for price of CD and shipping. ;)


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PostPosted: Thu Feb 07, 2013 7:47 am 
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Hello, currently there is no driver available for the Broadcom network adapters.
It's likely that this driver will be written in the future, this card is well documented.

However, I cannot tell you when :)

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PostPosted: Thu Feb 07, 2013 9:06 am 
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What about VendorID=1317, DevID=985?


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PostPosted: Thu Feb 07, 2013 9:38 am 
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Freeman wrote:
What about VendorID=1317, DevID=985?


It should work with the DEC21x4x driver. However, this PCI ID is not yet in the list, and I havent got this driver to work on my 2 cards yet.
The current driver has only been verified to work in Virtual PC.

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PostPosted: Thu Feb 07, 2013 12:01 pm 
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hidnplayr wrote:
It should work with the DEC21x4x driver. However, this PCI ID is not yet in the list

It properly detected my card as ADMTek and then wrote "Could not load driver". :cry:


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PostPosted: Thu Feb 07, 2013 12:09 pm 
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OK, I have added your PCI ID to the list so you can try it. But i dont really expect it to work (yet) :)

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PostPosted: Thu Feb 07, 2013 1:00 pm 
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No, it doesn't. :cry:


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PostPosted: Thu Feb 07, 2013 1:03 pm 
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Freeman wrote:
No, it doesn't. :cry:


A complete log file might help speed up the development ;)

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PostPosted: Thu Feb 07, 2013 1:37 pm 
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hidnplayr wrote:
Freeman wrote:
No, it doesn't. :cry:

A complete log file might help speed up the development ;)

Why I have a feeling he tried the trunk night build while you fixed it in Net branch :lol:


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yogev_ezra wrote:
Why I have a feeling he tried the trunk night build while you fixed it in Net branch :lol:

I'm not too dumb, unfortunately. So it really does not work and needs to be fixed. I have problems with booting from USB as I wrote and then I cannot get a boad log because I haven't mounted disks to save it. Booting from HDD I got it.

Spoiler: Show
Code:
PPPoE_stop_connection
K : 1 CPU detected
SOCKET_process_end: 00000003
SOCKET_process_end: 00000005
SOCKET_process_end: 00000004
SOCKET_process_end: 00000006
SOCKET_process_end: 0000000A
Loading DEC21X4X driver
Hooking into device, dev:0, bus:2, irq:A, addr:00009800
Probing dec21x4x device: Vendor id: 0x1317
Vendor ok!, device id: 0x0985
SROM_GetWidth
SROM_Idle
SROM_EnterAccessMode
SROM_EnterAccessMode
Srom width=13
SROM_Idle
SROM_EnterAccessMode
SROM_EnterAccessMode
SROM_Idle
SROM_EnterAccessMode
Resetting dec21x4x
CSR5: FFFFFFFF
>Zero-config service loaded
SOCKET_process_end: 0000000F
CSR5: FFFFFFFF
Read_mac_eeprom
SROM_Read_word at: 0000000A result: FFFF
SROM_Read_word at: 0000000B result: FFFF
SROM_Read_word at: 0000000C result: FFFF
FF-FF-FF-FF-FF-FF
Attaching int handler to irq A
CSR5: FFFFFFFF
RX desc: buff addr: 00AB0100, next desc: 00AB0040, real buff addr: 80D70100, real descr addr: 80D70000
RX desc: buff addr: 00AB0900, next desc: 00AB0080, real buff addr: 80D70900, real descr addr: 80D70040
RX desc: buff addr: 00AB1100, next desc: 00AB00C0, real buff addr: 80D71100, real descr addr: 80D70080
RX desc: buff addr: 00AB1900, next desc: 00AB0100, real buff addr: 80D71900, real descr addr: 80D700C0
TX desc: buff addr: 00AB8100, next desc: 00AB8040, virt buff addr: 80D78100, virt descr addr: 80D78000
TX desc: buff addr: 00AB8900, next desc: 00AB8080, virt buff addr: 80D78900, virt descr addr: 80D78040
TX desc: buff addr: 00AB9100, next desc: 00AB80C0, virt buff addr: 80D79100, virt descr addr: 80D78080
TX desc: buff addr: 00AB9900, next desc: 00AB8100, virt buff addr: 80D79900, virt descr addr: 80D780C0
CSR5: FFFFFFFF
RX descriptor base address: 00AB0000
TX descriptor base address: 00AB8000
CSR5: FFFFFFFF
Enabling interrupts
CSR5: FFFFFFFF
CSR5: FFFFFFFF
Enable RX
CSR6: FFFFFFFF
CSR5: FFFFFFFF
Sending setup packet
Got free descriptor: 0 (80D78000)=>80D78000
copying packet to 80D78100 from 80D5E044
FFFF FFFF FFFF
setting up descriptor
status: 80000000
length: 890000C0
buffer1: 00AB8100
buffer2: 00AB8040
CSR5: FFFFFFFF
Issuing transmit poll command
CSR5: FFFFFFFF
Sending setup packet, completed!
Reset done
NET_Add_Device: 80D5E000
Device number: 0
SOCKET_process_end: 0000000E
=========  tmpdisk 0.4  =========
tmpdisk.obj driver loaded successfully
trying to add disk
disk size is not specified
10% from free RAM will be used, new DiskSize: 101 MB
operation compleated successfully
SOCKET_process_end: 00000010
SOCKET_process_end: 00000002
SOCKET_process_end: 00000012
SOCKET_process_end: 00000011
SOCKET_process_end: 00000014
SOCKET_process_end: 00000016
K : destroy app object


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PostPosted: Thu Feb 07, 2013 2:56 pm 
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Thanks, What happened when you tried to run ZeroConf ?
Packet was sent, but nothing received?

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PostPosted: Thu Feb 07, 2013 3:44 pm 
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hidnplayr wrote:
Packet was sent, but nothing received?

Where can I see it? ZeroConf has no window (?) and there is complete log. Do I need to run ZeroConf manually, regardless to autorun?


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