Linux cannot find NE-2000 network card
I just got through the ordeal of installing debian linux
from floppies on an older computer, but linux cannot find my
network card. When installing the device drivers, the menu
first told me that I did not have any network cards, i.e.,
there was a - sign in front of the line for my 3C509 card.
After selecting the card and typing in the right address and
interrupt request io=0x300 irq=3 the installation program
seems to have talked to it because it gave me the following
loading device 'eth0'...
eth0: 3c509 at 0x300 tag 1, 10baseT port, address 00 a0 24 e7 06 66, IRQ 3
3c509.c:1.07 6/15/95 firstname.lastname@example.org
But when I boot the machine it says: Network is unreachable
What should I do? Thank you for your consideration.
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