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Re: LinkSys PCMPC100
- To: misc_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: Re: LinkSys PCMPC100
- From: Jacob Meuser <jakemsr_(_at_)_clipper_(_dot_)_net>
- Date: Thu, 24 May 2001 04:17:05 -0700
On Tue, May 22, 2001 at 07:33:45AM -0300, Federico Schwindt wrote:
> > > that's pretty weird. does the card work for you?
> > > you need to set the media manually.
> > >
> > Yes, it worked, but was slow. I couldn't get X to work on the
> > lcd though. When I had Linux on it I used the framebuffer driver
> did you set up the card to be 100 full-duplex or?
Sorry for the delayed reply. No, I didn't set any media whatsoever.
I have a 10/100 hub that the card, which is supposed to be able to detect
what media to use, is plugged into. The hub has 10 and 100 Mb
cards connected to it, all working at half duplex.
When pinging local hosts, I got times like 5-10 ms, which is pretty
I put FreeBSD on the machine (that's why this reply is a little late),
and similar pings get times like .3 ms.
I can provide the FreeBSD configs, if that helps any.
> > to get it to look good. I heard FreeBSD has an X framebuffer
> > interface. I'd really rather use Open tho.
> dunno about this.
> Hrmm, may you send me some info?
Still haven't got the framebuffer set up under FreeBSD (haven't tried
yet). Basically, it's a cheap LCD that needs a VESA framebuffer to look
good. Even text mode is quite ugly and chunky.
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