Bug 6496

Summary: Xconfigurator has a typo when probing for DEC TGA
Product: [Retired] Red Hat Linux Reporter: mchampig
Component: XconfiguratorAssignee: Matt Wilson <msw>
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Description mchampig 1999-10-29 13:18:04 UTC
This is a nit, but might confuse a newbie. :-) When probing
for a DEC TGA it does find it, but the text for the probing
mentions the DEC TGA as a 21040 chip. This is incorrect.
The chip is a 21030. The 21040 is an ethernet chip and this
might possibly confuse someone new to Alpha/Linux. In any
case it's a typo and I assume the text is in Xconfigurator
in the probe code.

Comment 1 mchampig 1999-10-29 13:44:59 UTC
Just a quick addendum...you may need to update the new graphical
install package for 6.1 too. I haven't seen the new installer but
I'm sure there is some type of X configurator and the typo may have
carried over.

Comment 2 Matt Wilson 2000-02-09 06:21:59 UTC
The pcitable was rewritten for 6.1.  Please make sure it's correct there.