Re: Install debian 2.2 potatoe on netwinder
You should do a `dmesg' and look for "eth1" and "tulip" and see what
it turns up. I don't have a machine that shows this problem, but perhaps
the tulip driver is a module and you need to "modprobe tulip".
Also possible, you have an old netwinder with a poorly flashed tulip MAC
address and it is refusing to use it. You will fix that with
`insmod tulip_upgd.o'. It looks like you can get a tulip_upgd.o
Hopefully you can use eth0 to get that.
Jim Studt, President
The Federated Software Group, Inc.