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Bug#77425: boot-floppies: tulip driver in 2.2r0 boot floppies not working



I'll try them out later this afternoon when I get back from classes.

I've finished installing all my systems, but I'll use the disks on the box
with Netgear, open up a shell and manually configure. It's just the module,
so me doing it outside the installation system shouldn't be a problem...
right?

BTW, there were a few installation "issues" (if a long delay where you don't
really know what's going on is an issue) I had. Should I post those up as
wishlist bugs?

Scott.

* Adam Di Carlo translated into ASCII [Sun, Nov 19, 2000 at 02:09:44PM -0500][<oasnonwzgn.fsf@arroz.fake>]
> Scott Robinson <scott@robhome.dyndns.org> writes:
> 
> > I recently installed a new Debian 2.2r0 system using the rescue/root/drivers
> > combo available on the CD Image. I found I could not get my brand new
> > tulip.o based Netgear FA 310TX Fast Ethernet PCI Adapter to work with the
> > 2.2.17pre6 packaged and auto-installed with the boot-floppy.
> > 
> > The solution was to get the real 2.2.17 kernel source, but I couldn't get
> > that without 'net access! A dilemma indeed! I ended up pulling out an old
> > SMC Ultra (smc-ultra.o) card and using it to download the latest source and
> > using make-kpkg to generate a proper kernel.
> > 
> > This could cause definate problems for people who don't have an alternative
> > net card. I would suggest upgrading the boot-floppies source kernel to the
> > full 2.2.17.
> 
> Could you do me a favor and test the version at
> <URL:http://alpha.onshore.com/~apharris/debian/dists/potato/main/disks-i386/current/>
> ?
> 
> Depending on when you download that, that may be a version compiled
> with experimental internationalization stuff, which has some problems
> you can ignore (can't find keymap, cfdisk looks wierd, etc).  The only
> issue we're concerned with for this bug is whether the 2.2.18pre21
> kernel sources closes this bug.  I would assume that it does.
> 
> Thanks.
> 
> -- 
> .....Adam Di Carlo....adam@onShore.com.....<URL:http://www.onShore.com/>
> 

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