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Re: Problem loading PCA-200E driver
Reminder: The FORE PCA-200E host adapter is distributed as two different
products. The PCA-200EPC ships along with a CD, containing drivers for
Windoze95, WindozeNT, and Netware. Whereas the PCA-200EUX ships with
drivers for Unix (including AIX, Irix, Solaris, SunOS, and HP-UX).
You have obviously received the PCA-200EPC product package. I just checked
our Windows/Netware CD (part number SFTW0075-03) and sure enough, the .bin
files are merely ~22KB in size, as you reported.
Furthermore, the CD that currently gets shipped with the PCA-200EUX
-rw-r--r-- 0/121 39800 Apr 29 11:21 1997 FOREatm/root/etc/fore/pca200e.bin
within the /Sun/SunOS5/SUNOS5_PCA_4.1.0.TAR file ...which isn't quite 42KB.!?.
Conclusion: When installing the Linux PCA-200E driver forget about using
whatever CD came with the card. Instead, just always use:
Hope this helps.
FORE TAC TSE
At 18:19 04/06/98 -0400, Chris Ott wrote:
>On Wed, 3 Jun 1998, Uwe Dannowski wrote:
>> Chris Ott wrote:
>> > One thing I found unusual is the firmware image I had to use. On the
>> > FORE CDrom, there was no "pca200e.bin" - just "esa200.bin",
>> > "esa200e.bin", "pca200.bin", and "pca200em.bin". I chose "pca200em.bin",
>> > since the documentation was so adamant about requiring the "E" after the
>> > "pca200".
>> Try the firmware image from
>Thanks, this solved the problem.
>Any idea why FORE doesn't include this firmware image on their CD rom?
>Chris Ott Are you children clinging tenaciously to my buttocks?
>firstname.lastname@example.org - Powdered Toast Man
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