Intel e1000 NIC driver updated
January 01, 2012 by email@example.com
There is a new OS/2 NDIS2 network driver for the Intel PCIe Gigabit Ethernet Adapter on the eComStation Betazone. This is part of the Multimac network driver project. The Standard MAC Driver Project for eComStation
"New in version 0.1.7: - fixed suspend/resume - Added support for ACPI suspend/resume - removed the -r compiler switch The driver is released under the GNU General Public License (GPL)."
The source code of the driver can be downloaded from: svn.ecomstation.nl/multimac/
"This is an NDIS driver for Intel Gigabit PCI-Express LAN adapters.
This driver is based on the source code of e1000e Linux kernel module
and of nveth NVIDIA NIC driver for OS/2 developed by nickk.
The driver released under GNU General Public License (GPL). See the
'LICENSE' file for details.
On certain systems, this driver my appear to load successfully even
if supported hardware is not present. This driver supports the following
devices. If your hardware is not listed below, do not install this driver.
82571EB, 82571PT, 82572EI, 82573V, 82573E, 82573L, 82574L, 82583V,
82562V, 82562G, 82562GT, 82566DM, 82566DC, 82566MC, 82566MM, 82567V-3,
82562G-2, 82562GT-2, 82566DM-2, 82566DC-2, 82567LM-4, 82567LF, 82567LM,
82567LM-2, 82567LF-2, 82567V-2, 82567LM-3, 82567LF-3, 82577LM, 82577LC,
More specifically, only the following device IDs are supported. All are
Vendor ID 8086.
1049, 104A, 104B, 104C, 104D, 105E, 105F, 1060, 107D, 107E, 107F, 108B,
108C, 1096, 1098, 109A, 10A4, 10A5, 10B9, 10BA, 10BB, 10BC, 10BD, 10BF,
10C0, 10C2, 10C3, 10C4, 10C5, 10CB, 10CC, 10CD, 10CE, 10D3, 10D5, 10D9,
10DA, 10DE, 10DF, 10E5, 10EA, 10EB, 10EF, 10F0, 10F5, 10F6, 1501, 150C,
Use PCI.EXE to find the Vendor ID and the Device ID (PCI.EXE is in ecsinstallDETECTEI on eCS 2.x otherwise you can download it from Hobbes hobbes.nmsu.edu/download/pub/os2/util/misc/pci104vka.zip along with the latest PCI device list hobbes.nmsu.edu/download/pub/os2/util/system/pcidevs_20111031.zip