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   1Text file for the Linux SysKonnect Token Ring ISA/PCI Adapter Driver.
   2        Text file by: Jay Schulist <jschlst@samba.org>
   3
   4The Linux SysKonnect Token Ring driver works with the SysKonnect TR4/16(+) ISA,
   5SysKonnect TR4/16(+) PCI, SysKonnect TR4/16 PCI, and older revisions of the
   6SK NET TR4/16 ISA card.
   7
   8Latest information on this driver can be obtained on the Linux-SNA WWW site.
   9Please point your browser to: 
  10http://www.linux-sna.org
  11
  12Many thanks to Christoph Goos for his excellent work on this driver and
  13SysKonnect for donating the adapters to Linux-SNA for the testing and 
  14maintenance of this device driver.
  15
  16Important information to be noted:
  171. Adapters can be slow to open (~20 secs) and close (~5 secs), please be 
  18   patient.
  192. This driver works very well when autoprobing for adapters. Why even 
  20   think about those nasty io/int/dma settings of modprobe when the driver 
  21   will do it all for you!
  22
  23This driver is rather simple to use. Select Y to Token Ring adapter support
  24in the kernel configuration. A choice for SysKonnect Token Ring adapters will
  25appear. This drives supports all SysKonnect ISA and PCI adapters. Choose this
  26option. I personally recommend compiling the driver as a module (M), but if you
  27you would like to compile it statically answer Y instead.
  28
  29This driver supports multiple adapters without the need to load multiple copies
  30of the driver. You should be able to load up to 7 adapters without any kernel
  31modifications, if you are in need of more please contact the maintainer of this
  32driver.
  33
  34Load the driver either by lilo/loadlin or as a module. When a module using the
  35following command will suffice for most:
  36
  37# modprobe sktr
  38
  39This will produce output similar to the following: (Output is user specific)
  40
  41sktr.c: v1.01 08/29/97 by Christoph Goos
  42tr0: SK NET TR 4/16 PCI found at 0x6100, using IRQ 17.
  43tr1: SK NET TR 4/16 PCI found at 0x6200, using IRQ 16.
  44tr2: SK NET TR 4/16 ISA found at 0xa20, using IRQ 10 and DMA 5.
  45
  46Now just setup the device via ifconfig and set and routes you may have. After
  47this you are ready to start sending some tokens.
  48
  49Errata:
  50For anyone wondering where to pick up the SysKonnect adapters please browse
  51to http://www.syskonnect.com
  52
  53This driver is under the GNU General Public License. Its Firmware image is 
  54included as an initialized C-array and is licensed by SysKonnect to the Linux 
  55users of this driver. However no warranty about its fitness is expressed or 
  56implied by SysKonnect.
  57
  58Below find attached the setting for the SK NET TR 4/16 ISA adapters
  59-------------------------------------------------------------------
  60
  61                    ***************************
  62                    ***   C O N T E N T S   ***
  63                    ***************************
  64
  65                1) Location of DIP-Switch W1
  66                2) Default settings
  67                3) DIP-Switch W1 description
  68
  69
  70  ==============================================================
  71  CHAPTER 1     LOCATION OF DIP-SWITCH
  72  ==============================================================
  73
  74U\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC2\xBF
  75\xC3\xBEU\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC2\xBF                         U\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC2\xBF            U\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC2\xBF         \xC3\xBE
  76\xC3\xBEA\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84U                      W1 A\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84U     U\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC2\xBF \xC3\xBE   \xC3\xBE         \xC3\xBE
  77\xC3\xBEU\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC2\xBF                                     \xC3\xBE    \xC3\xBE \xC3\xBE   \xC3\xBE      U\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x85\xC2\xBF
  78\xC3\xBEA\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84U              U\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC2\xBF          A\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84U \xC3\xBE   \xC3\xBE      \xC3\xBE  \xC3\xBE\xC3\xBE
  79\xC3\xBEU\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC2\xBF              \xC3\xBE           \xC3\xBE          U\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC2\xBF  A\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84U      A\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x85U
  80\xC3\xBEA\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84U              \xC3\xBE TMS380C26 \xC3\xBE          \xC3\xBE   \xC3\xBE                \xC3\xBE
  81\xC3\xBEU\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC2\xBF              \xC3\xBE           \xC3\xBE          A\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84U                A\xC3\x84\xC2\xBF
  82\xC3\xBEA\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84U              \xC3\xBE           \xC3\xBE                               \xC3\xBE \xC3\xBE
  83\xC3\xBE                      A\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84U                               \xC3\xBE \xC3\xBE
  84\xC3\xBE                                                                  \xC3\xBE \xC3\xBE
  85\xC3\xBE                                                                  A\xC3\x84U
  86\xC3\xBE                                                                  \xC3\xBE
  87\xC3\xBE                                                                  \xC3\xBE
  88\xC3\xBE                                                                  \xC3\xBE
  89\xC3\xBE                                                                  \xC3\xBE
  90A\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84A\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84A\xC3\x84\xC3\x84A\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84A\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84U
  91             A\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84U  A\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84U
  92
  93  ==============================================================
  94  CHAPTER 2     DEFAULT SETTINGS
  95  ==============================================================
  96
  97          W1    1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8
  98        +------------------------------+
  99        | ON    X                      |
 100        | OFF      X  X  X  X  X  X  X |
 101        +------------------------------+
 102
 103        W1.1 = ON               Adapter drives address lines SA17..19
 104        W1.2 - 1.5 = OFF        BootROM disabled
 105        W1.6 - 1.8 = OFF        I/O address 0A20h
 106
 107  ==============================================================
 108  CHAPTER 3     DIP SWITCH W1 DESCRIPTION
 109  ==============================================================
 110
 111      U\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84A\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84A\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84A\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84A\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84A\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84A\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84A\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC2\xBF  ON
 112      \xC3\xBE 1 \xC3\xBE 2 \xC3\xBE 3 \xC3\xBE 4 \xC3\xBE 5 \xC3\xBE 6 \xC3\xBE 7 \xC3\xBE 8 \xC3\xBE
 113      A\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84A\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84A\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84A\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84A\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84A\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84A\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84A\xC3\x84\xC3\x84\xC3\x84U  OFF
 114      |AD | BootROM Addr. |  I/O      |
 115      +-+-+-------+-------+-----+-----+
 116        |         |             |
 117        |         |             +------ 6     7     8
 118        |         |                     ON    ON    ON       1900h
 119        |         |                     ON    ON    OFF      0900h
 120        |         |                     ON    OFF   ON       1980h
 121        |         |                     ON    OFF   OFF      0980h
 122        |         |                     OFF   ON    ON       1b20h
 123        |         |                     OFF   ON    OFF      0b20h
 124        |         |                     OFF   OFF   ON       1a20h
 125        |         |                     OFF   OFF   OFF      0a20h    (+)
 126        |         |
 127        |         |
 128        |         +-------- 2     3     4     5
 129        |                   OFF   x     x     x       disabled  (+)
 130        |                   ON    ON    ON    ON      C0000
 131        |                   ON    ON    ON    OFF     C4000
 132        |                   ON    ON    OFF   ON      C8000
 133        |                   ON    ON    OFF   OFF     CC000
 134        |                   ON    OFF   ON    ON      D0000
 135        |                   ON    OFF   ON    OFF     D4000
 136        |                   ON    OFF   OFF   ON      D8000
 137        |                   ON    OFF   OFF   OFF     DC000
 138        |
 139        |
 140        +----- 1
 141               OFF    adapter does NOT drive SA<17..19>
 142               ON     adapter drives SA<17..19>  (+)
 143
 144
 145        (+) means default setting
 146
 147                       ********************************
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