26 Jul 2002 15:34:15 -0400
I don't know for sure if the name is the same under Linux or not, but
under OpenBSD and Solaris that ethernet adapter is called "hme0" or
"Happy Meal Ethernet". I wouldn't be surprised if the Linux loadable
kernel module was called "hme" or something to that effect.
On Fri, 2002-07-26 at 15:21, Jeff Bollinger wrote:
> I just installed Mandrake 7.1b on a Sparc Ultra 10, and everything went
> pretty well, though I can't seem to get the network up and running.
> ifconfig -a doesn't report eth0, only l0, and when I try `service
> network restart' I get an error about ippp0, and eth0 delays. Perhaps I
> don't have the correct driver installed to get it up and going. Anyone
> have any idea what driver/other solution I can use to get this going on
> my Sparc Ultra 10?
> Jeff Bollinger
> University of North Carolina
> IT Security Analyst
> 105 Abernethy Hall
> mailto: jeff_bollinger@unc dot edu
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