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Bug#49605: Russ Dijak: Re(2): Bug#49605: problems

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Date: Tue, 9 Nov 1999 10:50:49 -0400
To: Adam Di Carlo <adam@onshore.com>
From: Russ Dijak <r.dijak@monotype.net>
Subject: Re(2): Bug#49605: problems
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On Mon, Nov 8, 1999, Adam Di Carlo <adam@onshore.com> wrote:

>Russ Dijak <r.dijak@monotype.net> writes:
>> Package: boot-floppies
>> Version: 2.1
>> architecture: m68k
>> model: mac
>> memory: 20M
>> cd-rom:       Panasonic SCSI
>> network:      built-in ethernet
>> I've installed the base system on both models but I can't get the
>> ethernet to work. I can ping the machine itself but it doesn't recognize
>> the network or anything beyond itself.
>Is your eth0 device up and running at all?  Was your ethernet device
>recognized by the kernel?

Yes, it says UP RUNNING under ifconfig but for eth0 all RX packets are
under dropped.
The kernel recognizes it at boot (SONIC) and prints the ethernet address.
was I suppesed to install some module when installing the base system,
that maybe I didn't?

>> I'm assuming this is why it won't install any packages beyond the base
>> system. I tried to install server-std and I get kernel panic: virtual
>> address errors or it just hangs.

>That's wierd.

Not to mention frustrating.

>.....Adam Di Carlo....adam@onShore.com.....<URL:http://www.onShore.com/>

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Russ Dijak

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