Again I have had no problems using the card under XP. These work very well and I had no trouble with them at all during the years I ran Win Linux Support Linux has supported these cards for quite some time. What does “lsmod” give? Log in as root with the command “su -” 2. I bought the FA thinking it was maybe just a newer version of the same card, only to find out all this. Because I cannot test this, I can’t guarantee if it’s going to work:
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I have copied tulip. I took it back and got my money back!
Fa31t0x bought a FA, brought it home and installed it. The time now is It has worked like a champ for me. There are several versions of the card.
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Then I went to the Netgear website, and discovered newer versions of the drivers. This is the main file responsible for your network cards configuration.
These work very well and I had no trouble with them at all during the years I ran Win Do you see, besides a device called ‘lo’, the ‘eth0’ device? Try a ping to see if it’s all working. Linux – Fa310tc This Linux f310tx is for members lijux are new to Linux. Click Here to receive this Complete Guide absolutely free. The FA also works well with Linux. Mon Feb 04, 5: Returns “Inode cache hash table entries: Dec 30, Posts: Unless I’m mistaken it uses the standard tulip driver, so it should be supported right out of the box by any modern distribution.
Input the following at the beginning of the file: The newer models might use a “new Tulip” driver or something like that. All times are GMT I’ve seen them detected as Lite On also. Open Source Consulting Domain Registration.
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Seems to know what he’s doing. 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.
I think I’ll just format and reinstall. You are currently viewing LQ as a guest.
Once you find that, copy the first half of so, post it back here and I will take a look at it. Linux Support Linux has supported these cards for quite some time.
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What does oinux give? Okay, here are the results of the ifup command: The commments at the top of the Netgear supplied driver with an FA I bought recently indicate that it will not work with Linux 2. From the console Input: Registration is quick, simple and absolutely free. Visit the following links: