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There are a few different QFE cards. Your best bet for identifying which one you
have is likey to install sys-apps/pciutils and run lspci. It will likely show up
with a pci-pci bridge, then 4 ethernet pci devices below it. You should be able
to determine the driver you need from that information.
Philip Leonard wrote: > Has anyone had any luck getting a QFE card to work on a Netra T1? I've tried compiling a kernel with the Happy Meal driver, the GEM driver, and the QFE driver (and various combinations of these) and I can either make the card not recognized at all or when it is recognized it hard locks the box with no messages. I've googled about and searched the Gentoo forums and there is some references to this problem but no solutions (at least non that worked for me). This is for a 2.4 kernel.
> Thanks, Philip
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