|Apparently, the pcnet32 driver _can_ drive the PCNet-Home NIC, but I have yet to see this work on my IA-1 (yes, I have a _white_ machine with an internal NIC). Looking at the source for the pcnet32 driver, support for the 79C978 is called out, but the default media to use is the HPNA connection, _not_ the ethernet connection, so this either has to be overridden or configured at runtime. There is mention on another thread here ("Can you hack a Blue Clipper?") of how to tweak the pcnet32 source to fix this issue, but I've been unsucessful at building this (my 1 linux box is running Fedora, and the included libraries are _way_ too new to work with the older driver source).|
Does anyone out there have a _built_ copy of the "fixed" pcnet32 driver, or had any success with the related pcnethme driver (which is the driver specifically for the PCNet-Home card(s))?
Alternatively, does anyone have a build of Midori or Jailbait which _works_ with an IA-1 with onboard NIC?
Thanks to any and all who can help!!!!