Re: Configuring Network Card
Kent West wrote:
>Inhan Kang wrote:
>>Hello everyone and thank you for being so helpful on the list.
>>Anyway, I'm trying to install linux and I can't get debian to detect
>>my Intel Pro 10/100 network card. I just bought an emachines T3958
>>desktop to setup linux and learn how to use it, but I need the
>>I've tried using both kernel 2.2 and 2.4, when I try to install
>>eepro100 as a kernel/device module in the install screen, it doesn't
>>work. I've also tried installing it after logging in as root, going
>>to http://sourceforge.net/projects/e1000/ and downloading the
>>e100-3.4.10.tar.gz file and following the directions on the readme.
>>I think the error I got when trying to make install the file is
>>something like, the kernel was not found.
>An exact error message might be of great benefit.
>I suspect you're trying to install Woody. If so, I _highly_ recommend
>you forget that, and install Sarge instead. I belive that your NIC
>should be autodetected in Sarge.
If I'm not wrong, Woody is fine with e1000 nic module, as long as you have
it with 2.4 kernel ( 2.4.18 ??? )
# modprobe e1000
...again if I'm not wrong ( long time not dealing with woody )
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