Re: sk98lin doesn't work on EM64T
Thanks for the quick reply. Are these older kernels s till available - where ?
[ The official CDs have version 2.6.8-11 (is that _newer_ than 2.6.9 ??) ]
Secondly, _how_ did you upgrade later - by compiling from source ?
On Thursday 16 June 2005 19:37, Ryan Senior wrote:
> I had this same problem
> (http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=292445). It was on an
> AMD64 based system, but it used the same driver for the NIC.
> To get it installed, I used an old installer (I am thinking maybe it had
> kernel version 2.6.8 or 2.6.9 on it). The bug didn't appear until the
> later kernels (and only on the install disc). After installing using
> the old kernel, I just upgraded to the latest kernel and everything
> worked fine!
> On Thu, 2005-06-16 at 17:34 -0700, Sebastian Haase wrote:
> > Hi,
> > Just got a new PC with an EM64T cpu.
> > The motherboard is an Intel D925XCV. It has a onboard NIC
> > Gigabit Marvell Yukon 88E8036 (or 88E8050 ??)
> > My problem seems very similar to what
> > Xiaolin wrote about "sk98lin doesn't work" on Dec 21 2004 on this list.
> > Doing "modprobe sk98lin" I get
> > FATAL: ... No Such device.
> > I first tried the new sarge netinst CD with the 2.6.8-11.amd64-generic
> > kernel then I tried 2.6.8-11.em64t-p4.
> > I also got the DriverInstall script (version 8.16) from syskonnect, but
> > the script complains because the kernel is compiled with gcc-3.4 while
> > only gcc-3.3 in provided (I downloaded the ISO bin 1 CD also)
> > Did anyone get this to work ? And could I maybe just download a working
> > binary module from somewhere (otherwise I would have to always burn CDs,
> > since the computer obviously can't download anything :-( )
> > Thanks,
> > Sebastian Haase