Re: eth0 on kernel 2.2.17
eth0 isn't suppose to be in /dev
If your driver is loaded properly then all you have to do is "ifconfig eth0
<ipaddress> <netmask> up" to configure the device and get it running.
Do "man ifconfig" for details.
To have debian configure it automatically on boot up edit
I would point you to the howto for detail, however I can't remember where
the right one is off hand. Look at linuxdoc.org and debian.org/doc/
At 02:17 PM 26/11/00, Joseph Anthony wrote: