Re: network card problem
"Keith G. Murphy" <email@example.com> writes:
> Jonathan P Tomer wrote:
> > i'm installing two new pcs at work, one with solaris x86 and one with debian
> > so that i can show my employer how much nicer debian is. unfortunately
> > there is one major problem: the hamm cd i have is not successfully detecting
> > the ne2k (well, encore enl832tx, which has a realtek chipset according to
> > the tech support guy) pci 10/100 ethernet card on the machine. i've read the
Which Realtek chip? I have two PCI cards with Realtek chips. One of
them is Realtek 8029, and that requires ne2k driver. The other one is
Realtek 8139, and it has a different driver called rtl8139. Make sure
you're using the right driver.
If it is 10/100, then it must be the 8139 IMHO, because 8029 is 10-baseT.
Sorry if I've pointed out the obvious.
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