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Find More Posts by McCloud. I have heard of different varieties of the problem ddbian same “too much work The time now is All times are GMT Linux Power User Bundle.
Return to System configuration. When i’ve installed Debian, I’ve instaled stable too. I’ve done some reading and it looks like the rtl module is required to run that card. One question, being new to Linux, I chose Debian because it comes bundles with lots of goodies and has high ease of use.
The Windows driver also does not show an IRQ. It does show two ethernet controllers, so maybe I am wrong about the second one not showing up.
I figured “What the hell! I do not quite remebmer if I rtll8139 to install the module in install menu from the debian installer, but the network card worked for me.
It can be one on the following chipset: Sounds like if the network card is in the first slot and mine is then it will share the IRQ with the graphics card. Being new to Linux, I hot the latest stable Debian release and just installed debiab “safe” Debian option. Auto detected and auto configured the RealTek card all by itself says so during the boot.
Open Source Consulting Domain Registration. It seems strange to me that the same card would work before, but now it won’t work.
Thanks again, and for your suggestions also, Jasper. So maybe I just need to move the network card to a different PCI slot. It list eth0, at 0x, IRQ 0, Introduction to Linux – A Hands on Guide This guide was created as an overview of the Linux Operating System, geared toward new users as an exploration tour and getting started guide, with exercises at the end of each chapter.
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Are you sure this card needs the or the too module? This is new territory for me. The base address for eth0 is 0x and for eth1 it is 0x Find More Debjan by acker. Depends on your Linux kernel vendor Linux distribution.
I started with Mandrake I didn’t like it, too much GUI configuration stuff which conflicted with my own settings.
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Michael Neale 3, 4 22 I did not see anything during the boot, but it scrolls by so fast. Resource temporarily unavailable” So I tried “ifconfig eth0 down”, no error. I think I’ll just throw in my spare EtherExpress since I don’t feel like playing with this.