[ltp] Install Redhat Linux Enterprise 3.0.8 on T60 - network card does not w
Tue, 27 Mar 2007 02:21:31 +0000
I did go out to buy an "older" model network card so it can be recognized by
The one I picked is "NetGear CardBus Notebook Adapter 10/100 Mbps FA511".
Cannot even load the tulip.o.
Guess I picked the one that is too old.
Have you tried to use another network driver also ?
Which model did you use?
I also tried to install Fedora Core 6.
And that works out of box. It recognize T60 duel core as two CPU and pings
thanks for the help
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>On Monday 26 March 2007 00:45, Debbie Zhang wrote:
> > Hi, Michael,
> > Thanks for the advise.
> > I tried to do "rmmod" and "insmod" for the e1000.
> > Seems still not work.
>I've seen the same problem recently, and it happens with RHEL 4 as well.
>issue, as I can tell, is that the e1000 driver shipped by Red Hat is
>incompatible with certain e1000 chipsets, possibly specific to older ones,
>but I would think the T60 wouldn't qualify for that. Unfortunately our
>solution has been to switch to a different card so that the e1000 driver
>wasn't used. I'm beginning to think that there's a bug in a RHEL-specific
>patch, and that it won't get fixed until enough people file official
>reports on it...
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