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Re: eth0 problem

  sorry for this dupicate post, I just thought the post through the usenet is not
going to sucess..

On Tue, 20 Sep 2005 00:38:51 +0800
Deephay Z <picassozd@macaustreet.com> wrote:

> Greetings all,
>   since I need to install the wireless device driver for the Debian system,
> so I compiled and installed the version kernel, but the eth0
> (wired-ethernet card) now cannot be found using the newer kernel. Some kinda
> ":eth0: no such device" is displayed on the screen during booting procedure.
> I guess that's because I incautiously removed the necessary ethernet card
> driver when I was doing the "make menuconfig" part. How can I re-install
> those drivers for the eth0? (I am not sure which one is the precise driver,
> but I'm sure it is contained in the kernel source). Thx a lot!
> Regards,
> Deephay Z
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