wongck wrote:The daily Mint snapshot does not include the RTL8139.XIF driver.
What is the chance for that to be included ?
Latz wrote:first problem solved: I removed the USB card from my "main" Falcon...
...and now upload is working perfect!
Transferred zipfiles 2-13 MB to my LinuxPC with an average speed of 2700 MB/sec with Litchi,
a 100 MB mp3 file with ~1900 MB/sec. Great, i´m really happy!!
wongck wrote:Other than why your other Falcon exhibited the same behavior, I wonder how is it that USB card "lame" the network card.
Something that we never know I guess.
piku wrote:Interesing I only have boot 2.01 and tos drivers 1.01 from didier's page.
I heve problem with latest build mint. rtl8012ct60.xif doesn't work.
here is a listing of boot.log:
My config is CT60 with CTPCI.
"p RTL8012 ethernet romport driver version 1.10 q
˝ 2000 by Vassilis Papathanassiou.
˝ 2000-2010 by Frank Naumann.
pThis driver work only on 68000!q
Sorry, driver NOT installed - initialization failed!
This driver is ct60 version, but it is for 68000??
i am don't understand.
sorry for my english
JoeAtari wrote:Okay, this answer makes me think that maybe drivers.hex should not be flashed (present) for Mint??? Does Mint handle everything for USB and Ethernet and I have a conflict because the TOS drivers are active? Is there a way to turn them off without re-flashing with only TOS and no drivers.hex? I can easily flash with just the TOS. Thanks!
JoeAtari wrote:Thanks Latz, I’m going to try some shorter IDE cables and some different network cards, but it sure seems like the driver should report something, even if there is no card in the slot. I don’t have a clue. I think I have tried everything.
Galvez wrote:Check in MiNT's boot menu that the option "Write bootlog" is not enabled to "File", this makes driver's messages to not be shown on the console.
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