[Soekris] problem with PXE
raphael.jacquot at imag.fr
Thu Apr 21 06:09:55 UTC 2005
Jim Cromie wrote:
> Raphael Jacquot wrote:
>> Jim Cromie wrote:
>>> Ah yes, on 4/8 you said so.
>>> does that EPIA board use the same NSC PXE stack by any chance ?
>>> actually, its Intel's
>>> Pre-boot eXecution Environment PXE-2.0 (build 082)
>>> Copyright (C) 1997-2000 Intel Corporation
>>> If so, pls answer on list, that way we can (maybe) get some attention
>>> from Soren on this. ;-)
>> yes, the EPIA has, just like the 4801, an intel PXE stack.
>> /me starts to see a pattern there
> whats the ethernet chip on your EPIA board ?
what did you expect... Via Rhine 2
> I ask cuz Intel PXE is not the only potentially responsible party.
> NSC's ethernet driver is also implicated, at least on the 4801
> NSC DP83815/DP83816 Fast Ethernet UNDI, v1.03
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