eth0 configuration

OTAVIO ISAMU SUGENO otavio.sugeno at
Tue Mar 30 21:22:23 EST 2004

Thanks for the help.
I am sure that interrupts are correctly because it is working with HHL_20.
If it does not disturb you so much, I attached the complete boot log and config file to analysis.


Otavio I. Sugeno 

-----Original Message-----
From: wd at [mailto:wd at] 
Sent: terça-feira, 30 de março de 2004 05:06
Cc: LinuxPPC
Subject: Re: eth0 configuration 

In message <05866645C8E0B842836A1E91B2AD6B7F0147DDA9 at> you wrote:
> When kernel is going up, FEC is configured correctly. I see message
> below:
> ttyS0 at 0x0100 is on SCC2 usipty: 256 Unix98 ptys configured
> eth0: FEC ENET Version 0.3, FEC irq 9, with MDIO, MII irq 12, addr 08:00:06:59:af:4f

Did you check if the interrupts (FEC, MII) are really correct?

> But no eth0 autonegotiation ou RARP requests.

Feel free to send me your kernel config file and the _complete_  boot
log. I still think you might have a config problem.

> I am trying to find where these functions are called. Can you tell me
> are they are initialized.

grep the source tree? 

Wolfgang Denk

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