> "Matthew W. Lowe" wrote:
> > I just tried to upgrade from whatever kernel comes with redhat to 2.4.3.
> > The build, install and such was smooth. When I got to starting up,
> > everything appeared to work, until it got to my NIC cards. Neither of
> > them loaded properly. I've built in the EXACT same module for the NICs
> > as I did the previous kernel. They were the NE2000 PCI module and the
> > 3C59X module. The two NICs I have are: Realtek 8029 PCI, 3COM Etherlink
> > III ISA. Both are PNP, the etherlink is NOT the one with the b extention
> > at the end.
> Maybe this is a typo or maybe not -- "3c509" is for Etherlink III ISA,
> "3c59x" is for recent 3com PCI/EISA busmastering 10/100 NICs.
Errr, yea you're right it was a typo ** hits head **. I was thinking about my
friends problem with his install of linux at the time of writing, he has the
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