|Summary:||orinoco_pci not supported by redhat-config-network|
|Product:||[Retired] Red Hat Linux||Reporter:||Robert de Rooy <rderooy>|
|Component:||redhat-config-network||Assignee:||Harald Hoyer <harald>|
|Status:||CLOSED DUPLICATE||QA Contact:||Mike McLean <mikem>|
|Fixed In Version:||Doc Type:||Bug Fix|
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|Last Closed:||2006-02-21 18:50:34 UTC||Type:||---|
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Description Robert de Rooy 2002-12-25 04:30:10 UTC
From Bugzilla Helper: User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; Linux i686; en-US; rv:1.2.1) Gecko/20021218 Description of problem: My ThinkPad T30 has an integrated wireless minipci adapter that works under linux with the orinoco_pci module. The problem is that neither anaconca, kudzu or redhat-config-network* appear to know about orinoco_pci.o while it is present on a standard redhat install. RH8.0 has the same problem During installation anaconda finds the integrated ethernet adapter (e100) and asks for it's configuration but it does not list the minipci wireless adapter. After install, during boot kudzu does not pick it up. Running redhat-config-network does not pick it up and the adapter is not in the list of adapters. The closest is the Orinoco PCMCIA adapter, but it uses a different module. workaround for configuring the adapter is to run redhat-config-network , select to add an interface, select wireless, select the Orinoco PCMCIA entry from the list and continue to configure it. After you finished, save your changes and exit the config program. edit /etc/modules.conf and change the reference from orinoco_cs to orinoco_pci [root@tderooy root]# lspci -vs 02:02.0 02:02.0 Network controller: Harris Semiconductor Prism 2.5 Wavelan chipset (rev 01) Subsystem: Intel Corp.: Unknown device 2513 Flags: bus master, medium devsel, latency 64, IRQ 11 Memory at f8000000 (32-bit, prefetchable) [size=4K] Capabilities: [dc] Power Management version 2 [root@tderooy root]# lspci -nvs 02:02.0 02:02.0 Class 0280: 1260:3873 (rev 01) Subsystem: 8086:2513 Flags: bus master, medium devsel, latency 64, IRQ 11 Memory at f8000000 (32-bit, prefetchable) [size=4K] Capabilities: [dc] Power Management version 2 Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable): How reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1.install phoebe on a machine with a PCI orinoco adapter 2. 3. Additional info:
Comment 1 Jeremy Katz 2002-12-26 03:54:38 UTC
Wireless network adapters are not supported as an install source. If they're not being picked up by kudzu afterwards, that's a slightly different problem that should be fixed
Comment 2 Robert de Rooy 2002-12-26 21:25:21 UTC
I don't want to use the wireless adapter as an installation source, I would like the installation program to give me an option to configure it (static ip or dhcp, etc) If I install redhat on a machine with multiple Ethernet adapters it does allow me to configure all of them, so why not a wireless adapter? I understand a wireless adapter might require some additional settings like ESSID and WEP KEY, but still. Also, the instructions I gave for configuring an Orinoco PCMCIA adapter and then changing the orinoco_cs reference in modules.conf to orinoco_pci has a problem, if you try to run redhat-config-network afterwards it crashes with a traceback because it does not know orinoco_pci So this issue needs to be fixed in at least redhat-config-network and possibly kudzu and anaconda.
Comment 3 Robert de Rooy 2002-12-27 02:38:36 UTC
Created attachment 88935 [details] redhat-config-network exception traceback Here is the exception I get when starting redhat-config-network after changing orinoco_cs to orinoco_pci in modules.conf as described above.
Comment 4 Bill Nottingham 2002-12-30 06:08:42 UTC
What does lspci say, so we can match the ID right? Wireless adapters not being supported in the installer to install from means you can't configure them in the installer, either. And the redhat-config-network bug should probably be filed separately (but I believe it's in bugzilla somewhere.)
Comment 5 Robert de Rooy 2002-12-30 14:08:19 UTC
lspci data is already listed above, both lspci -v and -vn
Comment 6 Bill Nottingham 2002-12-30 20:32:21 UTC
Hm, that's already in the pcitable, so that should be ok. Oh, the reason it's not detected as an ethernet device is because of the class (i.e., generic 'network controller'.) Not sure how to handle this; if we start mapping that class to ethernet devices, we're almost certainly going to have false positives from odd hardware somewhere.
Comment 7 Robert de Rooy 2003-01-01 03:09:03 UTC
You must already support different PCI classes of network adapters like Ethernet and Token Ring? Would it be so difficult to add another? PCI Wireless adapters will just become more common. Most ThinkPad's sold these days have integrated MiniPCI wireless adapters and I am sure other manufacturers are doing the same.
Comment 8 Bill Nottingham 2003-01-01 03:12:51 UTC
'Network controller' is the *base* PCI class. Ethernet and token ring are subdivisions of that. Treating anything marked as 'network controller' as ethernet-ish devices will lead to false positives on WAN cards and other miscellaneous PCI cards.
Comment 9 Robert de Rooy 2003-01-08 17:29:48 UTC
If at the very least orinoco_pci can be added to redhat-config-network so you can select it from the dropdown list. That should not require any changes to PCI class code and makes it at least a little bit easier to configure these PCI wireless adapters.
Comment 10 Harald Hoyer 2003-01-09 10:36:16 UTC
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 80343 ***
Comment 11 Red Hat Bugzilla 2006-02-21 18:50:34 UTC
Changed to 'CLOSED' state since 'RESOLVED' has been deprecated.