Driver for Intel PRO/100 VE - SCO

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  1. Driver for Intel PRO/100 VE

    Hi all,

    I've a DELL laptop with an inboard INTEL PRO/100 VE.

    Can somebody say me where I can found a driver for SCO OPenserver
    5.0.6.

    Thank you in advance for your help.

    --
    ---------------------------------------------------
    Andre Georgel

    Pour répondre et obtenir l'adresse Email :
    http://marreduspam.com/ad897732
    Site : http://materiels.trans.free.fr

    "La perfection n'est pas lorsqu'il n'y a*plus rien à
    ajouter, mais lorsque qu'il n'y a plus rien à enlever."
    "Perfection is not when there is nothing to add, but
    when there is nothing to remove."

    (A. de Saint Exupery)
    ----------------------------------------------------



  2. Re: Driver for Intel PRO/100 VE


    "Andre Georgel" wrote in message
    news:mn.db897d6384487c1d.33038@nospam.com...
    > Hi all,
    >
    > I've a DELL laptop with an inboard INTEL PRO/100 VE.
    >
    > Can somebody say me where I can found a driver for SCO OPenserver 5.0.6.
    >
    > Thank you in advance for your help.


    It should use the eeE driver included with 5.0.6, just like the other PRO/100 cards.
    Is your onboard adapter not being auto-detected by netconfig?

    There is a more current version available at:
    ftp://ftp.sco.com/pub/openserver5/dr...6/network/eeE/

    Bob



  3. Re: Driver for Intel PRO/100 VE

    > "Andre Georgel" wrote in message
    > news:mn.db897d6384487c1d.33038@nospam.com...
    >> Hi all,
    >>
    >> I've a DELL laptop with an inboard INTEL PRO/100 VE.
    >>
    >> Can somebody say me where I can found a driver for SCO OPenserver 5.0.6.
    >>
    >> Thank you in advance for your help.

    >
    > It should use the eeE driver included with 5.0.6, just like the other PRO/100
    > cards.
    > Is your onboard adapter not being auto-detected by netconfig?
    >
    > There is a more current version available at:
    > ftp://ftp.sco.com/pub/openserver5/dr...6/network/eeE/
    >.

    Thank you for your answer.

    The Pro 100 VE is not auto detected. I've not see the Pro 100 VE listed
    in the eeE.readme.

    I'll loaded the eeE and test it ...

    Thank you.

    --
    ---------------------------------------------------
    Andre Georgel

    Pour répondre et obtenir l'adresse Email :
    http://marreduspam.com/ad897732
    Site : http://materiels.trans.free.fr

    "La perfection n'est pas lorsqu'il n'y a*plus rien à
    ajouter, mais lorsque qu'il n'y a plus rien à enlever."
    "Perfection is not when there is nothing to add, but
    when there is nothing to remove."

    (A. de Saint Exupery)
    ----------------------------------------------------



  4. Mutt: Setting auto reply

    Hello all,

    Where inside '~/.muttrc' do I setup auto-reply of email.
    If someone is out sick for a few days, out on temporary
    disability (maturnity), or even out on vacation, I'd like their
    incoming email to auto-reply. Nothing inside .muttrc looks
    like it points to an answer.

    Any help appreciated,
    - Jeff H



  5. Re: Mutt: Setting auto reply

    On Mon, Mar 27, 2006, Jeff Hyman wrote:
    >Hello all,
    >
    > Where inside '~/.muttrc' do I setup auto-reply of email.
    >If someone is out sick for a few days, out on temporary
    >disability (maturnity), or even out on vacation, I'd like their
    >incoming email to auto-reply. Nothing inside .muttrc looks
    >like it points to an answer.


    Jeff:

    That's not normally done by mutt, but in a .forward, with procmail,
    deliver, etc. piping messages to the vacation program.

    I've always been leery of using vacation notifiers (a) because the vacation
    programs have had a nasty tendency to send the messages to mailing lists
    that have Reply-To: list, and (b) because I really don't want people to
    know that I'm out of the office.

    Bill
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  6. Re: Driver for Intel PRO/100 VE


    ----- Original Message -----
    From: "Andre Georgel"
    Newsgroups: comp.unix.sco.misc
    To:
    Sent: Monday, March 27, 2006 12:52 PM
    Subject: Re: Driver for Intel PRO/100 VE


    >> "Andre Georgel" wrote in message
    >> news:mn.db897d6384487c1d.33038@nospam.com...
    >>> Hi all,
    >>>
    >>> I've a DELL laptop with an inboard INTEL PRO/100 VE.
    >>>
    >>> Can somebody say me where I can found a driver for SCO OPenserver 5.0.6.
    >>>
    >>> Thank you in advance for your help.

    >>
    >> It should use the eeE driver included with 5.0.6, just like the other
    >> PRO/100 cards.
    >> Is your onboard adapter not being auto-detected by netconfig?
    >>
    >> There is a more current version available at:
    >> ftp://ftp.sco.com/pub/openserver5/dr...6/network/eeE/
    >>.

    > Thank you for your answer.
    >
    > The Pro 100 VE is not auto detected. I've not see the Pro 100 VE listed in
    > the eeE.readme.
    >
    > I'll loaded the eeE and test it ...
    >
    > Thank you.
    >
    > --
    > ---------------------------------------------------
    > Andre Georgel
    >
    > Pour répondre et obtenir l'adresse Email :
    > http://marreduspam.com/ad897732
    > Site : http://materiels.trans.free.fr
    >
    > "La perfection n'est pas lorsqu'il n'y a plus rien à
    > ajouter, mais lorsque qu'il n'y a plus rien à enlever."
    > "Perfection is not when there is nothing to add, but
    > when there is nothing to remove."
    >
    > (A. de Saint Exupery)
    > ----------------------------------------------------


    You can try to orce it. It probably won't work but it's easy and won't hurt.

    Install that latest version of eeE for starters, and if that doesn't
    autodetect you can try this.

    run hw |less
    and look for the stanza near the bottom that refers to the nic. it will look
    like this:
    (this is from a pro/1000 built into an intel shg2 server board running
    5.0.6)

    Index: 19
    DeviceNum: 5
    Function: 0
    Bus: 4
    VendorId: Intel
    DeviceId: 0x1010
    RevId: 0x01
    Command: 0x0107 Memory Enabled, I/O Enabled
    Status: 0x0230
    ClassCode: 0x020000 Ethernet controller
    CacheLineSize: 8 32 bit words
    LatencyTimer: 0x40
    HeaderType: 0x80 Multi-function, Standard encoding
    BaseAddr[0]: Memory 0xfeac0000, 64 bit space
    BaseAddr[4]: I/O 0x3040
    SubsysVendorID: Intel
    SubsystemID: 0x3424
    InterruptLine: IRQ-9
    InterruptPin: INTA
    Min_Gnt: 0xff
    Max_Lat: 0x00
    New Capabilities
    CapID: 0x01 PCI Power Management (PM)
    CapID: 0x07
    CapID: 0x05 Message Signaled Interrupts (MSI)



    Search for ethernet controller to find the right block, then look up to the
    beginning of that block and make note of Device Num, Function, & Bus.
    Then run netconfig, and when you add new lan adapter, pick one of these,
    (maybe try both, with an uninstall & reboot in between)

    Intel EtherExpress PRO/100 LAN Adapter
    Intel(R) PRO/100B / PRO/100+ PCI Adapter

    Then select the device func & bus numbers from the pull down lists in the
    dialog that opens next.
    For the record, I have a Dell-branded Pro/100 pci card that came out of a
    Dell and the latest eeE driver doesn't make it work even after doing this.
    Though it works in linux & freebsd and windows, so I don't really expect
    this to work. It's just easy enough to try to be worth the shot.

    --
    Brian K. White -- brian@aljex.com -- http://www.aljex.com/bkw/
    +++++[>+++[>+++++>+++++++<<-]<-]>>+.>.+++++.+++++++.-.[>+<---]>++.
    filePro BBx Linux SCO FreeBSD #callahans Satriani Filk!


  7. Re: Driver for Intel PRO/100 VE

    > ----- Original Message -----
    > From: "Andre Georgel"
    > Newsgroups: comp.unix.sco.misc
    > To:
    > Sent: Monday, March 27, 2006 12:52 PM
    > Subject: Re: Driver for Intel PRO/100 VE
    >
    >
    >>> "Andre Georgel" wrote in message
    >>> news:mn.db897d6384487c1d.33038@nospam.com...
    >>>> Hi all,
    >>>>
    >>>> I've a DELL laptop with an inboard INTEL PRO/100 VE.
    >>>>
    >>>> Can somebody say me where I can found a driver for SCO OPenserver 5.0.6.
    >>>>
    >>>> Thank you in advance for your help.
    >>>
    >>> It should use the eeE driver included with 5.0.6, just like the other
    >>> PRO/100 cards.
    >>> Is your onboard adapter not being auto-detected by netconfig?
    >>>
    >>> There is a more current version available at:
    >>> ftp://ftp.sco.com/pub/openserver5/dr...6/network/eeE/
    >>> .

    >> Thank you for your answer.
    >>
    >> The Pro 100 VE is not auto detected. I've not see the Pro 100 VE listed in
    >> the eeE.readme.
    >>
    >> I'll loaded the eeE and test it ...
    >>
    >> Thank you.
    >>
    >> --
    >> ---------------------------------------------------
    >> Andre Georgel
    >>
    >> Pour répondre et obtenir l'adresse Email :
    >> http://marreduspam.com/ad897732
    >> Site : http://materiels.trans.free.fr
    >>
    >> "La perfection n'est pas lorsqu'il n'y a plus rien à
    >> ajouter, mais lorsque qu'il n'y a plus rien à enlever."
    >> "Perfection is not when there is nothing to add, but
    >> when there is nothing to remove."
    >>
    >> (A. de Saint Exupery)
    >> ----------------------------------------------------

    >
    > You can try to orce it. It probably won't work but it's easy and won't hurt.
    >
    > Install that latest version of eeE for starters, and if that doesn't
    > autodetect you can try this.
    >
    > run hw |less
    > and look for the stanza near the bottom that refers to the nic. it will look
    > like this:
    > (this is from a pro/1000 built into an intel shg2 server board running
    > 5.0.6)
    >
    > Index: 19
    > DeviceNum: 5
    > Function: 0
    > Bus: 4
    > VendorId: Intel
    > DeviceId: 0x1010
    > RevId: 0x01
    > Command: 0x0107 Memory Enabled, I/O Enabled
    > Status: 0x0230
    > ClassCode: 0x020000 Ethernet controller
    > CacheLineSize: 8 32 bit words
    > LatencyTimer: 0x40
    > HeaderType: 0x80 Multi-function, Standard encoding
    > BaseAddr[0]: Memory 0xfeac0000, 64 bit space
    > BaseAddr[4]: I/O 0x3040
    > SubsysVendorID: Intel
    > SubsystemID: 0x3424
    > InterruptLine: IRQ-9
    > InterruptPin: INTA
    > Min_Gnt: 0xff
    > Max_Lat: 0x00
    > New Capabilities
    > CapID: 0x01 PCI Power Management (PM)
    > CapID: 0x07
    > CapID: 0x05 Message Signaled Interrupts (MSI)
    >
    >
    >
    > Search for ethernet controller to find the right block, then look up to the
    > beginning of that block and make note of Device Num, Function, & Bus.
    > Then run netconfig, and when you add new lan adapter, pick one of these,
    > (maybe try both, with an uninstall & reboot in between)
    >
    > Intel EtherExpress PRO/100 LAN Adapter
    > Intel(R) PRO/100B / PRO/100+ PCI Adapter
    >
    > Then select the device func & bus numbers from the pull down lists in the
    > dialog that opens next.
    > For the record, I have a Dell-branded Pro/100 pci card that came out of a
    > Dell and the latest eeE driver doesn't make it work even after doing this.
    > Though it works in linux & freebsd and windows, so I don't really expect
    > this to work. It's just easy enough to try to be worth the shot.


    Thank you, all it's OK with the PRO/100 driver.

    --
    ---------------------------------------------------
    Andre Georgel

    Pour répondre et obtenir l'adresse Email :
    http://marreduspam.com/ad897732
    Site : http://materiels.trans.free.fr

    "La perfection n'est pas lorsqu'il n'y a*plus rien à
    ajouter, mais lorsque qu'il n'y a plus rien à enlever."
    "Perfection is not when there is nothing to add, but
    when there is nothing to remove."

    (A. de Saint Exupery)
    ----------------------------------------------------



  8. Re: Mutt: Setting auto reply

    Bill Campbell typed (on Mon, Mar 27, 2006 at 12:19:04PM -0800):
    | On Mon, Mar 27, 2006, Jeff Hyman wrote:
    | >Hello all,
    | >
    | > Where inside '~/.muttrc' do I setup auto-reply of email.
    | >If someone is out sick for a few days, out on temporary
    | >disability (maturnity), or even out on vacation, I'd like their
    | >incoming email to auto-reply. Nothing inside .muttrc looks
    | >like it points to an answer.
    |
    | Jeff:
    |
    | That's not normally done by mutt, but in a .forward, with procmail,
    | deliver, etc. piping messages to the vacation program.
    |
    | I've always been leery of using vacation notifiers (a) because the vacation
    | programs have had a nasty tendency to send the messages to mailing lists
    | that have Reply-To: list, and (b) because I really don't want people to
    | know that I'm out of the office.
    |
    | Bill

    Bill,

    I tend to agree with you on this. It's for Shannon here at the office.
    She's out on maturnity leave and requested this option. You mention it
    is not normally done by mutt. Does this mean mutt has some capability
    that maybe you're not aware of? There was an example inside
    /usr/local/lib/smail/aliases but that only redirected the email to another
    user. I guess I'll let her know I'm going to snoop her email till she gets
    back.

    Thanks for the feedback Bill.

    - Jeff Hyman


  9. Re: Mutt: Setting auto reply

    Jeff Hyman wrote:
    > Bill Campbell typed (on Mon, Mar 27, 2006 at 12:19:04PM -0800):
    > | On Mon, Mar 27, 2006, Jeff Hyman wrote:
    > | >Hello all,
    > | >
    > | > Where inside '~/.muttrc' do I setup auto-reply of email.
    > | >If someone is out sick for a few days, out on temporary
    > | >disability (maturnity), or even out on vacation, I'd like their
    > | >incoming email to auto-reply. Nothing inside .muttrc looks
    > | >like it points to an answer.
    > |
    > | Jeff:
    > |
    > | That's not normally done by mutt, but in a .forward, with procmail,
    > | deliver, etc. piping messages to the vacation program.
    > |
    > | I've always been leery of using vacation notifiers (a) because the vacation
    > | programs have had a nasty tendency to send the messages to mailing lists
    > | that have Reply-To: list, and (b) because I really don't want people to
    > | know that I'm out of the office.
    > |
    > | Bill
    >
    > Bill,
    >
    > I tend to agree with you on this. It's for Shannon here at the office.
    > She's out on maturnity leave and requested this option. You mention it
    > is not normally done by mutt. Does this mean mutt has some capability
    > that maybe you're not aware of? There was an example inside
    > /usr/local/lib/smail/aliases but that only redirected the email to another
    > user. I guess I'll let her know I'm going to snoop her email till she gets
    > back.
    >
    > Thanks for the feedback Bill.
    >
    > - Jeff Hyman


    Jeff,

    JP wrote me a little script a few years ago that worked with a deliver
    binary he compiled, it didn't repsond to mailing lists and only sent
    one reply. I believe the .deliver file had to be 0664

    A-
    -


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