Re: getting ipw2100 to find its firmware at boot time?
When I took the line out of /etc/modules, the centrino showed up as
eth1 rather than eth2 and the errors disappeared.
# echo 'auto eth1' >> /etc/network/interfaces
helps too. Doh.
Thanks for the sanity check!
On 04/09/05, Alexander Pohl <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Strange, because all I had to do was copying the firmware. But, I have
> no entry for the module in /etc/modules. It gets automatically loaded
> by hotplug.
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