Re: Linksys Ether16 10Base-T ISA

Mark A. Swope (mswope@ieee.org)
Thu, 02 Sep 1999 14:59:26 -0500


Tuan,
You also need to make sure that the card not using PNP.
This is documented. You can use the utilities disk to turn
this option off.
mas

At 07:46 PM 9/2/99 +0100, Tim Fletcher wrote:
> > My buddy has a 3com 509B ISA and a Linksys Ether16 10Base-T ISA card in
> > his Red Hat 6.0 box (stock everything). Just did a fresh install and
> > everything is detected but the secondary card (Linksys).
> > It's running on an old 486DX4-100.
> >
> > Should I be using the ne.o driver with this one?
> > "insmod ne" just gave me some unresolved symbols.
>
>You need to load the 8390 module first as the ne driver depends on it,
>this can all be done automagically using modprobe ne.
>
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