Re: Newbie question-install ethernet card
On Wed, 11 Mar 1998, zhang xu wrote:
:> On Wed, 11 Mar 1998, zhang xu wrote:
:> > hi,
:> > how can I install the 3c509b ethernet card on my
:> > Debian box?
:> The simplest approach is to use the program
:"3c5x9cfg.exe" that comes with
:> the DOS drivers to disable PnP support and then use
:the standard driver
:> for this card that comes with the kernel. If you
:need more specific
:> information, please ask a more specific question.
: what's the next step?
: I have been setup this card in SCO Unix ,use the
:"netconfig" command , what shall I do in Debian Linux?
Well, if you're installing new, simply use the setup program, and set up
Otherwise, rtfm "Ethernet-HOWTO", 'man ifconfig', and 'man route'. I
honestly don't know whether there is a 'netconfig' like Slackware had;
I've either gotten what I wanted via the initial setup, or by tweaking
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