I was hoping I could just take this card back and look up in this list a compatible card, but if this list says this card as compatible which it doesn’t seem to be in reality how can I proceed with this? Search your system for the too name of the driver. The integrated IPS panel features the widest possible viewing angles — degrees in both aspects. In addition, you can find a driver for a specific device by using search by id or by name. Keep that card connected and reboot the system and use the bios to re-enable the built-in card. BB code is On.

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The network card configurator applet says the device card does not seem to be present. It works fine under windowsxp which automatically recognizes and installs drivers for it without any help, but not under Fedora Core 4 which I have just started using. Fedora id’ed correctly this card and the loading of the too proves that. Anything is fair game. Use the lsmod command. Keep that card connected and reboot etherent system and use the bios to etehrnet the built-in card.

Maybe you could try ethernst tweak some config, instead of compiling drivers, which takes a lot of knowledge on specifics and kernel internals. Drivers are the property and the responsibility of their respective manufacturers, and may etherner be available for free directly from manufacturers’ websites. Try to play around with ifconfig and release the ip to test it. All times are GMT And no, I didn’t do it using a real command line because FC4 goest staright into gnome, and I don’t know how to stop it.


Why, was there something supposed to happen? Take mine, for comparision: Maybe the applet is wrong about your card.

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I wanted to experiment with a dual-homed system, so I bought a PCI ethernet card: The absence of an IP is because the card is not connected. OK, lets forget this card, if it takes this much bullshit to get it working, when other cards just plain work right out of the starting gate every time, it’s a lost cause.

I was following the thread And post again, I am curious! The integrated IPS panel features the widest possible viewing angles — degrees in both aspects. The fans feature eleven blades and for the most part are designed in black and white colours.

Also, I searched and you’re right there are all the driver source files already on my system. The time now ethednet I tried those commands to remove and reinsert the modules and nothing seems to happen other than the modules successfully get unloaded and reloaded. Do they have to be registered? Nevermind the applet for now.


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I would try to confirm that the card has no problems by disabling the built-in card usually via your BIOS and then try to see if the system “goes with it”. If for whatever reason it does not, try the following: This way you will see any messages the driver outputs when loading. If you get this far and are “functional” with both cards, try pinging the card with the ISP address to confirm that the cards are “talking” the each other and then we will try to go from there.

What do you mean by dual-homed system?

I tried a couple things but it just jammed up hung and I had to reboot.