By joining our community you will have the ability to post topics, receive our newsletter, use the advanced search, subscribe to threads and access many other special features. Are you new to LinuxQuestions. That’s when I found it on the CD. Otherwise you might well see mbs speed, no? I am just beginning to test stuff, but I do not expect any problems.. I first thought they used the acenic driver and recompiled my 2.

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Anyway, I wanted to tell NeoGeo that I got the driver working right away, after compiling it and inserting the module 3c When reading the instructions which are pretty bad for non-linux people it meantions modprobe snd-xxxx where xxxx is the name of the card.

Drivers for manufacturers 3Com to Network cards

Otherwise you might well see mbs speed, no? Like I said 3vom don’t know anything about linux and am trying to learn to use it. I actually ended up just using the driver version supplied by 3Com, since it’s very slightly more recent than 2. Find More Posts by blais.


Find More Posts by quam. Bringing up interface eth0: Find More Posts by matthiar. This is where the kernel module loader will look for it. Got the 3c driver compiled for the same.

3COM 3C940 Gbit PCI LAN controller

C Netfilter core team eth0: If you’d like to contribute content, let us know. Doesn’t that preclude the ability to copyright the drivers? That is what the readme file said I needed to do.

Couldn’t get the Network figured out until I hit this post for a smilar motherboard. I’ve never used any distro version before and don’t know anything.

You just answered all the questions 3clm had about the built-in Gigabit LAN controller on my new motherboard. I just purchased two 3cT NICs and installed them.

However, it’s got to be trivial to make it work — For more advanced trainees it can be a desktop reference, and a collection of the base knowledge needed to proceed with system and network administration.


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So I got it working, but i have the problem others are having When I search it seems to take forever Find More Posts by infinite0s. Here are my relevant log files: 3vom mean, not impossible, but it sound really implausible.

If you want the most recent driver, check out SysKonnect’s driver at http: I use Debian rather than Mandrake, so I can’t help you with how that’s done. I forgot where to put that to make it auto run.

I went to the website, and they pointed me towards the download file. If that helps any. I am just beginning to test stuff, but I do not expect any problems.

All times are GMT Thanks Last edited by candyman; at I also tried the driver delivered with mandrake 9.