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DC740



Joined: 01 Oct 2004
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DC740
hello every body, i have a macronix lan card, but menuetos doesn't support it, the good new is that there are drivers for windows linux etc etc (a lot of folders in the zip Razz) and i wanted to know if anyone is interested in making the drivers for menuet... i'll post the zip with all the drivers i have (i hope this will help)

good bye and happy coding
PD:this is the release txt
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Diskette Contents
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Files and
Subdirectories Description
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RELEASE.TXT This file. Presents a summary of the contents
of your Driver Diskette.

\DIAG Subdirectory for Diagnostic Program.

\NDIS2DOS Subdirectory for NDIS 2.0 DOS driver.

\NDIS2OS2 Subdirectory for NDIS 2.0 OS/2 driver.

\DOSODI Subdirectory for Novell NetWare DOS/ODI
driver, Also includes text file for
instructions to install the driver.

\NW31X Subdirectory for Novell NetWare Ver 3.11 &
Ver 3.12 driver and server monitor driver for
NetWare Ver 3.11. Also includes text file for
instructions to install the driver.

\NW410 Subdirectory for Novell NetWare Ver 4.10
server driver. Also includes text file for
instructions to install the driver.

\NW411 Subdirectory for Novell NetWare Ver 4.11
server driver. Also includes text file for
instructions to install the driver.

\NW50 Subdirectory for Novell NetWare Ver 5.0
server driver. Also includes text file for
instructions to install the driver.

\C32 Subdirectory for Novell NetWare Client32
driver

\PKTDRV Subdirectory for FTP spec-compliant packet
driver.
Also includes text file for instructions to
install the driver.

\W95 Subdirectory for miniport (NDIS 3.0) driver
for Windows 95 or Windows 95 OSR2 on x86
platform. Also include text file for
instructions to install the driver.

\W98 Subdirectory for miniport (NDIS 5.0) driver
for Windows 98 or Windows 98 Second Edition
on x86 platform. Also include text file for
instructions to install the driver.

\NT351 Subdirectory for miniport (NDIS 3.0) driver
for Windows NT v3.51 on x86 platform. Also
include text file for instructions to install
the driver.

\NT40 Subdirectory for miniport (NDIS 4.0) driver
for Windows NT v4.0 on x86 platform. Also
include text file for instructions to install
the driver.

\W2000 Subdirectory for miniport (NDIS 5.0) driver
for Windows 2000 v4.0 on x86 platform. Also
include text file for instructions to install
the driver.

\WFW311 Subdirectory for full NIC driver for Windows
for Workgroups v3.11 on x86 platform. Also
include text file for instructions to install
the driver.

\RPLROM Subdirectory for RPL boot ROM. Also include
text file for instructions to install RPL
boot ROM.

\SCO-UNIX Subdirectory for SCO UNIX driver

.\LLI Subdirectory for SCO UNIX LLI driver
Also include text file for instructions to
install LLI driver.

.\MDI Subdirectory for SCO UNIX MDI driver
Also include text file for instructions to
install MDI driver.

\LINUX Subdirectory for LINUX driver
Also include text file for instructions to
get and install the driver. You can get the
driver source code from the ftp server
ftp://cesdis.gsfc.nasa.gov/pub/linux/drivers/tulip.c

\FREEBSD Subdirectory for FreeBSD driver
Also include text file for instructions to
get and install the driver. You can get the
driver source code from the FreeBSD website:
http://www.freebsd.org/~wpaul/Macronix/

\UNIXWARE Subdirectory for SCO UnixWare v7.1 driver
Also include text file for instructions to
install UnixWare driver.

\PXE Subdirectory for Pre-eXecution Environment
driver on x86 platform. Also include text
file for instructions to install the driver.

\DMI20 Subdirectory for Desktop Management Interface
(DMI) v2.0 driver for Windows 95 & Windows 98
on x86 platform. Also include text file for
instructions to install the driver.

\WINDIAG Subdirectory for Windows 95 and Widnows 98
diagnostic program. Also include text file
for instructions to install the driver.

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For information regarding MXIC' products please contact with our
sales department or agents.

Notice: All trademarks or brand names mentioned are trademarks or
registered trademarks of their respective companies.

DESCRIPTION OF REVISION FOR DRIVER RELEASE
==========================================

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³ Disk Version: V2.10 (Macronix MX987xx family driver support) ³
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³ Driver Version Date Description ³
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³ V 2.08 04/20/2000 SCO-UNIX LLI ³
³ V 1.04 05/17/2000 SCO-UNIX MDI ³
³ V 2.08 04/19/2000 WFW311 ³
³ V 2.16 04/19/2000 NW31X ³
³ V 2.16 04/19/2000 NW410 ³
³ V 2.16 04/19/2000 NW411 ³
³ V 2.16 04/19/2000 NW50 ³
³ V 2.16 04/19/2000 C32 ³
³ V 2.12 04/19/2000 RPLROM ³
³ V 2.11 04/21/2000 DIAG ³
³ V 2.10 04/19/2000 PKTDRV ³
³ V 2.10 04/20/2000 NDIS2DOS ³
³ V 2.10 04/20/2000 NDIS2OS2 ³
³ V 2.11a 04/17/2000 W95 ³
³ V 2.11a 04/17/2000 W98 ³
³ V 2.11a 04/17/2000 NT351 ³
³ V 2.11a 04/17/2000 NT40 ³
³ V 2.11a 04/17/2000 W2000 ³
³ V 2.13 04/19/2000 DOSODI ³
³ V 1.01 04/17/2000 LINUX ³
³ V 1.00 02/26/2000 FREEBSD ³
³ V 2.00 01/11/2000 UNIXWARE ³
³ V 1.00 11/30/1999 PXE ³
³ V 1.00 05/09/1999 DMI20 ³
³ V 1.00 04/04/1999 WINDIAG ³
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Post 20 May 2005, 19:08
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bogdanontanu



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We need network chip and networkboard specifications, programming and application guide, also the source code of some reference drivers in C.

Drivers in binary form designed for other OSes are of very little help... not to say NO help at all.
Post 20 May 2005, 20:41
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bloglite



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bloglite
With compatible NIC's @ ~$3-$5 US it's much easier to change cards.
Post 20 May 2005, 21:12
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bloglite



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bloglite
With compatible NIC's @ ~$3-$5 US it's much easier to change cards.
Post 20 May 2005, 21:14
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DC740



Joined: 01 Oct 2004
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DC740
easy, the source is inside the zip, i think every driver has the sources, for example, the linux driver has the source included an also it say
"Also include text file for instructions to
get and install the driver. You can get the
driver source code from the ftp server
ftp://cesdis.gsfc.nasa.gov/pub/linux/drivers/tulip.c
"
i was looking at the zip and i think that only the linux driver has the sources...
Post 20 May 2005, 22:02
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luka666



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luka666
tulip.c? that based on a realtek chip and even linux has not fully supported it ( for me it only worked on 2.2.* kernel...)
Post 21 May 2005, 07:55
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DC740



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DC740
maybe it's better to look at the freebsd driver instead of the linux driver cause the freebsd driver has documentation about that hardware.... check this site http://people.freebsd.org/~wpaul/Macronix/
it has the sources and docs
Post 22 May 2005, 16:45
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Endre



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Endre
DC740 wrote:
maybe it's better to look at the freebsd driver instead of the linux driver cause the freebsd driver has documentation about that hardware.... check this site http://people.freebsd.org/~wpaul/Macronix/
it has the sources and docs
That means you are every condition given to write the driver. What yet does block you? Don't tell me that you don't know assembly. It would merely be a weak humbugging.
Post 23 May 2005, 05:49
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DC740



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DC740
sry man but i don't know assembly, i tried to learn but it was too much for me (or maybe the wrong books, but that's out of the question)... now i'm not reading anything cause i have a lot of homework from the school, but i'll try to learn c++... thanx anyway
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Endre



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Endre
As you think... But I guess you ain't accidentally here and not on a c++ forum Wink
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