Rajat Jain | 3 Oct 07:07 2005
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Re: [Pcihpd-discuss] Re: ACPI problem with PCI Express Native Hot-plug driver

On 10/1/05, Rajesh Shah <rajesh.shah <at> intel.com> wrote:
> On Fri, Sep 30, 2005 at 02:57:07PM +0900, Rajat Jain wrote:
> >
> > pciehp: pfar:cannot locate acpi bridge of PCI 0xb.
> > ......
> > pciehp: pfar:cannot locate acpi bridge of PCI 0xe.
>
> This is saying that the driver's probe function was called for
> these pciehp capable bridges, but it didn't find them in the
> ACPI namespace.
>
> >

Hi Rajesh,

Thanks for the insight. But my doubt is that the PCI Express devices
down the hot-pluggable slots are working fine. i.e. if we forget about
the hot-plugging / unplugging, the bridges and devices are working
fine, even with ACPI enabled.

So is the presence of bridges in ACPI namespace required only for
hot-plugging / unplugging and not for normal operation?

Thanks,

Rajat
Rajat Jain | 3 Oct 07:20 2005
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Re: Re: ACPI problem with PCI Express Native Hot-plug driver (Rajat Jain)

> could u list the chipset of ur mainbaord where u r native hotplug on ?
>

The chipset is the Intel Lindenhurst chipset.

I am using the PCI Express Switch(Bridge) NEC uPD720401

Rajat
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SaNdeep Shetty | 3 Oct 09:54 2005
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Denying access to a service by port number in hosts.deny

Dear All,
Is it possible to deny access to a particular service
in /etc/hosts.deny by its port number.
for eg. for sshd can we use port 22 as below

22: 192.168.100. EXCEPT 192.168.100.100

rgds
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kylin | 3 Oct 14:16 2005
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Re: Re: ACPI problem with PCI Express Native Hot-plug driver (Rajat Jain)

i own a server from dell 2800 ,which also use the intel SE7520
mainboard with the lindenhurst ,but the technicans in dell said that
the MSI support is limited and therefore cannot use native mode of
PCIE hotplug

On 10/3/05, Rajat Jain <rajat.noida.india <at> gmail.com> wrote:
> > could u list the chipset of ur mainbaord where u r native hotplug on ?
> >
>
> The chipset is the Intel Lindenhurst chipset.
>
> I am using the PCI Express Switch(Bridge) NEC uPD720401
>
> Rajat
>

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Rajat Jain | 5 Oct 06:10 2005
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Re: [Pcihpd-discuss] Re: ACPI problem with PCI Express Native Hot-plug driver

> On 10/1/05, Rajesh Shah <rajesh.shah <at> intel.com> wrote:
> > On Fri, Sep 30, 2005 at 02:57:07PM +0900, Rajat Jain wrote:
> > >
> > > pciehp: pfar:cannot locate acpi bridge of PCI 0xb.
> > > ......
> > > pciehp: pfar:cannot locate acpi bridge of PCI 0xe.
> >
> > This is saying that the driver's probe function was called for
> > these pciehp capable bridges, but it didn't find them in the
> > ACPI namespace.
> >

Hi Rajesh,

Thanks a lot, for ending my doubts. I am working on a hardware that is
still under development. So the chances of missing certain things in
hardware / BIOS are high.  So the solution for this is to ask my
Hardware vendor to provide the information for these bridges into the
ACPI namespace (AML / DSDT?)?

Thanks a ton,

Rajat
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Peter | 6 Oct 15:15 2005
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Netconfig Fail


Hi,

Slackware 10.1 kernel 2.4.29

My onboard LAN card on the mobo failed and I had to switch to an external LAN card.

I disabled in BIOS Ethernet onboard. Then I did netconfig. Slackware found the LAN card I entered all
necessary data and the configuration went w/o any errors.

However, I cannot connect to the Internet. On booting after the MAC address was found it should produce the
the IP address which it does not. It just sits for a while then continues booting. The same happens when I do /etc/rc.d/rc.inet1.

Ifconfig naturally shows no connection just the loop-back.

Where is the hitch?

I had no problem in Fedora4 to configure the new Lan card and in the gem Damned Small Linux distro, where I am
now, the new LAN card was found w/o me doing anything.

Help for slackware appreciated.

Thanks & regards

Peter
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Peter | 6 Oct 16:54 2005
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Re: Netconfig Fail

On Wed, 5 Oct 2005 22:04:14 -0500
David Fierbaugh <david <at> fierbaugh.org> wrote:

> 
> Are you connecting to a home router, or to a cable/dsl modem?
> 
> Some cable/dsl services watch the MAC address, and won't allow connections 
> from any other network card.
> 

I have a broadband connection and had no problem with netconfig and the onboard LAN card.
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Ray Olszewski | 6 Oct 09:33 2005

Re: Netconfig Fail

Peter wrote:
> Hi,
> 
> Slackware 10.1 kernel 2.4.29
> 
> My onboard LAN card on the mobo failed and I had to switch to an external LAN card.
> 
> I disabled in BIOS Ethernet onboard. Then I did netconfig. Slackware found the LAN card I entered all
necessary data and the configuration went w/o any errors.

Just to be clear ... the relevant kernel module does identify the card 
and create the eth0 interface. Right? (One way to check: use "ifconfig 
-a", which  will list *all* interfaces, while "ifconfig" by itself only 
lists *configured* interfaces.)

At this point, I'm still uncertain as to whether the kernel module is 
failing to find the NIC, or the NIC is failing to get an IP address.

> However, I cannot connect to the Internet. On booting after the MAC address was found it should produce the
the IP address which it does not. It just sits for a while then continues booting. The same happens when I do /etc/rc.d/rc.inet1.

"produce"? Do you mean you get an IP address via DHCP? Via PPPoE? (These 
days, home broadband connections rarely come with static IP addresses, 
so I surmise you don't have one of those rarities.)

In any case, troubleshooting is easier if we know how it is *supposed* 
to work.

> Ifconfig naturally shows no connection just the loop-back.

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David Fierbaugh | 6 Oct 14:53 2005

Re: Netconfig Fail

On Thursday 06 October 2005 09:54 am, Peter wrote:
> On Wed, 5 Oct 2005 22:04:14 -0500
>
> David Fierbaugh <david <at> fierbaugh.org> wrote:
> > Are you connecting to a home router, or to a cable/dsl modem?
> >
> > Some cable/dsl services watch the MAC address, and won't allow
> > connections from any other network card.
>
> I have a broadband connection and had no problem with netconfig and the
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Have you tried booting knoppix? It is often helpful to try it out, and then 
you might be able to tell if it's a hardware problem, or software setup 
issue.

if it works under knoppix, try issueing a lsmod from the command line to find 
out what modules are loaded. Then, rmmod the ones that might be the network 
card, until it stops working, write that one down, reboot and try modprobing 
it to see if that makes the card work.
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