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Re: Adding Module

>Ethernet drivers are not built as modules. Please post the kernel output
>from the Nubus probe section. Try 'ifconfig eth0' to see if the kernel
>really found a supported card (the Nubus probe output should also give a
>clue there).

here's what ifconfig eth0 said:

eth0	Link encap: Ethernet  HWaddr OO:00:94:10:70:60
	inet addr:  Bcast:   Mask:
	RX packets:0 errors:0 dropped:0 overruns:0 frame:0
	TX packets:0 errors:0 dropped:0 overruns:0 carrier:0
	Interrupt:9 Memory:f90d0000-f90d4000

I assume that the HWaddr says it does have a hardware address, and that all
(or) the zero's will change once I actually enter the gateway/subnet info.

Since I didn't enter the Network info at install- I assume I have to do it
by hand, file by file? I did enter my IP Address and Domain name into
/etc/hosts and /etc/hostname - where do I enter the rest? I don't just want
to re-install and enter, I kind of want to know where it's at for future

My Linux book says to use LISA, but I kind of think that's Caldera only :-/
(Any suggestions on a good GENERIC Linux book would be appreciated)

Once again- thanks for any help.
Michael A. Peters        http://www.moonglue.com/

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