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Re: Switching pcmcia ethernet cards

Check your /etc/init.d/pcmcia info. There's an entry in there for which
card to use for, say, eth0, eth1, etc. I know that some of the 3com
cards need more than pc_net drivers, and that could be a problem there.



Charles Baker wrote:
> I had been running a 3com ethernet card on a slink w/ some potato install on a
> Dell Xpi P133 ST.  I had borrowed the card from a friend, so I bought a card
> for myself, a Linksys EC2T.  The card seems to be recognized just fine by,
> ifconfig shows it has an ip and the other needed configuration.  However, when
> I try to ping my router I get this error message "Sendto: operation not
> allowed."  Is there something else I need to do?
> Charles-Baker@utc.edu
> Manager Student Microlabs
> University of Tennessee Chattanooga
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Glen S Mehn
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