Hi Chris! On Tue, 16 Oct 2001, Chris Flipse wrote: > [Please CC me, as I am not subscribed to debian-laptop] Ok. ;) > Has anybody managed to get the integrated ethernet on a Dell c800 to > function? I've been using a PCMCIA card for it, but I'd love to not > have to deal with the dongle anymore ... Better you use your PCMCIA-Slot for other things - things like W-LAN. ;) > Related question: Does anybody know if the c800 supports > suspend-to-disk, and if so, could you point me to a good howto on > setting that up? It does. There is no need for a HOWTO. Just get the mk2sd.exe file from dell. Unzip it to a floppy. Execute it. Take your Debian, put it in the drive and start. ;) Note: Suspend works only if the NVidia driver is unloaded(!). - Currently it doesn't work under X. A good HOWTO for setting up the complete stuff is here: http://vergil.chemistry.gatech.edu/~park/dell.html HTH -- Regards, GR | GnuPG-key on keyservers avaible Muck, Dickbaer, Nane... | or mail -s 'get gpg-key' You will probably marry after a very brief courtship.
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