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Re: [K12OSN] about EEPROM or EPROM for ne2000 ISA (help)



2009/5/27 Scott <ssh tranquility net>:
> Remember that 10 mbit may be a bit sluggish on re-drawing a client screen.
> It will work, but 100 mbit is much better.
>
its true, but we have all for a 10mbit network, in fact, the clients
are all IBM, AT&T and EPSON ISA motherboards with a PCI onboard video
card cirrus logic, and we have near of 1.500 machines of this type.
> Thx,
> Scott S.
> Sent from phone, excuse typoze
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Alberto Castillo <proyecto edulin gmail com>
>
> Date: Wed, 27 May 2009 09:11:48
> To: Support list for open source software in schools.<k12osn redhat com>
> Subject: Re: [K12OSN] about EEPROM or EPROM for ne2000 ISA (help)
>
>
> 2009/5/27 Barry Cisna <cisna-barry wc235 k12 il us>:
>> Hi Alberto,
> Hi Barry!
>>
>> The ne2000 spec ISA nic card can be used,if you are wanting to use your
>> existing pieces that you have lying around.
> You tell me that an eeprom can be run into the ne2000 ISA? wow!
>
>>Good idea,you know the new
>> spin phrase 'go green',,:) I would suggest buying some rtl8139 pci cards
> I did probe the ctflasher application and run nice!, I thin to use a
> rtl8139 that a eeprom flasher.
>
>> to cut down on irq conflicts that are VERY possible using ISA based nic
>> cards. You can download the images for your ne2000 cards here with
>> various different configurations.
>>
>>  http://www.rom-o-matic.net/
> Yes! I did!
> Right now I explain:
> Recently, I finish to develop a micro linux that runs into a i486 with
> only 4MB physic RAM! and runs very very well!!!, basiclly is a
> kernel+uclibc+busybox+svgalib+svncviewer and I can implement with
> succefull, that via ethernet, the kernel boots with etherboot and
> later with a pair of parameters via dhcp, the kernel mounts a root
> file system (once a time, I do not use initram, only a root file
> system style Root over NFS).
> Well, in this moment to terminate my project and free to all that
> wants I need solve the problem about the if is posible replace eeprom
> by eproms, and if is possible, we can save a lot of money (olds
> eproms, burner eprom...)
>>
>> You will need to purchase a rom burner as well.
>> Use the 32-pin  CSI CAT28F512P rom chips.
>> Hope this helps.
>>
>> Take Care,
>> Barry Cisna
>>
> Thank you a lot Barry.
> Greetings!
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