[TriLUG] Old dilemma, IBM Etherjet cards
bfox at linuxheadquarters.com
Thu Nov 1 14:55:18 EST 2001
Tulip-based cards should already be supported. I have some 10 Base T PCI
cards that use the tulip module that work ok.
I'm not sure if the tulip module is on the first boot disk or not. You may
need to make a driver disk with the drvnet.img file. Boot the bootnet.img
disk with 'linux dd' and then insert the driver disk when prompted. Does
On Thursday 01 November 2001 12:08 pm, Daniel T. Chen wrote:
> tulip.c is not a module, it's part of the source that needs to be compiled
> to make a module. The instructions come with the source. I'm not familiar
> with the diskettes; there may already be a precompiled tulip.o module
> somewhere, but watch out for modversion dependencies...
> http://www.scyld.com/network/tulip.html for more info.
> Dan Chen crimsun at email.unc.edu
> GPG key: www.cs.unc.edu/~chenda/pubkey.gpg.asc
> On Thu, 1 Nov 2001, Jeff Bollinger wrote:
> > I've seen some recent discussion (I think) about getting the IBM
> > Etherjet 10/100 PCMCIA cards to work, though I'm having some trouble
> > with this card.
> > Specifically, I'm trying to help a user do an FTP install of 7.2 and
> > before anything the installer wants to insert a module, none of which
> > that are available seem to work. I downloaded tulip.c which allegedly
> > is the updated driver for the card, though when I point the installer to
> > the driver (tulip.c) on a different floppy it doesn't recognize this.
> > Help?
> > Thanks,
> > Jeff
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