Re: Network problems after compile of 2.2.14 kernel
Thanks for the insight. I ended up changing to having the drivers loaded in the kernel and adding the append statement into the lilo.conf file. I can now
communicate with both the internal and external networks.
I also removed my networking statements from the /etc/init.d/network file and
added statements to the /etc/networks/interfaces file to start each ethernet
card. It looks like this part is working.
Thanks for your help.
> On 2000-03-02 10:59:25, Doug wrote:
> > I was under the impression that the append line was used when the
> > networking is built into the kernel (not in modules).
> You pass config info to modules via setings in /etc/modules.conf.
> Perhaps, you need to "force settings" (opposed to relaying on pnp
> configuration) for irq/io/speed?
> > I guess an additional question would be if I should compile the
> > networking into the kernel and not bother with the modules?
> That's your call. Shouldn't make any difference wrt to configuring
> the driver.
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