|FROM ||Jon Bober
|SUBJECT ||Re: [hangout] Linksys Module Compile
If insmod worked and lsmod lists something, it is possible that the card
is working but that other things need to be changed, depending on what you
are using the card for (ie. some dhcp setup needs to be completed, or you
need to set the ip address.) It is possible that "insmod tulip" would
have worked even before compiling the linksys driver - tulip is a generic
driver used by many cards, and linksys might have added some linksys
specific stuff, but this might not have been necessary. My netgear card
comes with a tulip.c file to be compiled and installed, but I have not
Of course, I have never successfully set up an ethernet card manually, and
I am going to post a related question right now. Any NIC that I have
gotten to work, I have gotten to work during the installation process, and
On Thu, 6 Dec 2001 21:22:19 -0500
Joe Villari wrote:
> >If the tulip card is unused, try using it
> >ifconfig eth0 up
> So now lsmod says
> tulip 30464 1
> dmesg still shows both NICs as not linksys and cat /proc/pci still
> shows eth0 and eth1 as unkown ethernet devices.
> No committees, don't know how much longer I'll be around for.
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