I am trying to use DHCP, and I know it works because I'm on a campus
system, and the card and computer which has linux on it is duel boot and
is what I'm typing with presently in Windows 98. Therefore, it's just a
P.S. thanks for you help
On Sun, 5 Mar 2000, Jeffrey Kinsey wrote:
> I've checked conf.modules, and it says
> alias eth0 eepro100
> I'm new to linux, so if there is anything else I need to do maybe you
> ought to fill me in. thanks
> P.S. I've tried all the documentation, and haven't found anything.
> Perhaps, some one should write a trouble shooting HowTo?
> On Sun, 5 Mar 2000, John LeMay wrote:
> > Assuming you are loading this as a module, how does your conf.modules
> > read? My first guess would be you are using an incorrect module. I use
> > this card and use:
> > alias eth0 eepro100
> > All has been working fine since I installed it. The only time I've seen
> > the "delaying" message is with a PCMCIA network adapter installed.
> > Jeffrey Kinsey wrote:
> > >
> > > I recently just upgraded to the Intel Pro/100+ Managment Adapter, and I
> > > can't get it to work. The card is recongnized, but it consistently says
> > > "delaying eth0 initialzation". Any body else had this problem? Thanks,
> > >
> > > jeffrey
> > >
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