[Soekris] SLIC card interface
mrm at intotoinc.com
Thu Aug 15 09:26:15 UTC 2002
Is it advisable to solder and extend 12V supply this way. There is a Internet
PhoneCARD-PCMCIA from QuickJack but I don't think it supports Linux.
Matt Peterson wrote:
> I don't think QuickNet offers any cards in the MiniPCI form factor (I
> could be wrong, please slap me if so). The net4501 only powers 3.3v PCI
> cards. I've bunch trying to hunt down such a sound card with no luck (I
> thought I'd have success with a Creative Labs LIVE which had PCI notchs
> for both 3.3 & 5v, but it also locked up my system). You may need to
> solder in an external p/s into the PCI leads or something hackish. Your
> other option is a PCMCIA QuickNet card on a net4511/4521.
> On Thu, Aug 15, 2002 at 01:34:03PM +0530, Ramana Murty wrote:
> > Hi
> > I am trying to interface Linux Jack (Subscriber Line Interface Card)
> > to net4501, over its Mini PCI type-III socket. net4501 is powered with
> > a 9V adapter. The board goes to error state. The details of the Linux
> > Jack are at http://www.linuxjack.com. Did any one try interfacing this
> > card to net4501 board. Can I know the powering requirements and
> > modifications needed for this.
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