Re: RTNETLINK answers: Invalid argument

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On Mon, 2003-12-01 at 00:14, Clifford Snow wrote:
> On Sun, 2003-11-30 at 19:30, Dennis Kaptain wrote:
> 
> > thanks for the speedy reply. I am pretty sure I found my real problem. It 
> > looks here like eth1 a 3c590, and es1371 (my sound card) are "sharing" IRQ10. 
> > To the best of my knowledge... You can't do that!!  Now I found a problem but 
> > I still don't know how to fix it. Both cards are PnP PCI cards without 
> > jumpers to set the IRQ. Is there a way to forceably assign IRQs to PnP PCI 
> > cards in software?
> > 
> > [[email protected] proc]# cat interrupts
> >            CPU0       CPU1
> >   0:       4995       5789    IO-APIC-edge  timer
> >   1:         72         97    IO-APIC-edge  keyboard
> >   2:          0          0          XT-PIC  cascade
> >   5:       3703        121   IO-APIC-level  eth0
> >   8:          1          0    IO-APIC-edge  rtc
> >  10:          1         16   IO-APIC-level  eth1, es1371
> >  11:          0          0   IO-APIC-level  usb-uhci
> >  12:         68        217    IO-APIC-edge  PS/2 Mouse
> >  14:        182        219    IO-APIC-edge  ide0
> >  15:       6657       5925    IO-APIC-edge  ide1
> > NMI:          0          0
> > LOC:      10694      10693
> > ERR:          0
> > MIS:          0
> I believe you can set the irq at boot by modifying grub, but I don't
> know the syntax.
> 
> BTW - My IRQ 5 is shared between a pci nic card and usb and it runs just
> fine.
> 
> Clifford  
See if you can switch the NIC to another PCI slot on your mainboard.
Certain slots will share IRQs.
I had read somewhere that soundcards don't like to share IRQs.

Travis Fraser




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