Any help is appreciated.
On Fri, Jun 06, 2003 at 06:04:41PM -0400, Lauro, John wrote:
> I assume you mean between keyboard and chair???
> If I do anything semi-advanced with e1000 cards, I end up getting
> Intel's drivers. It's a minor pain when switching kernel versions
> (especially to a different version number) as the default scripts
> assume you are already booted (uname -r) in the kernel you are
> building for and are not part of the kernel source tree...
> I suggest you try e1000-5.0.43 from Intel, and also iANS-2.3.35 (or
> higher if either of them have updates).
> I don't know if you are doing any advanced features like vlan tagging
> or not. Anyways, it's one area that drivers from Intel's site does
> work better then the native stock kernel drivers. Specifically as an
> example, virtual Ethernets over different vlan tags when combined with
> vmware gsx server works with Intel's iANS, but not with the stock vlan
> I know, it doesn't answer your question... but it gives you something
> else to try...
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: firstname.lastname@example.org
> > Sent: Friday, June 06, 2003 5:40 PM
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> > Subject: 2.4.20 Modprobe setting of eth0,eth1 does not seem to work
> > In 2.4.20 if I attempt to use the Intel multiport e1000 drivers with
> > modules.conf trying to hard set the eth0,eth1, etc. assignments
> > does
> > not appear to be assigning the adapter aliases correctly. I am
> > this may be due to an interface issue between the Keyboard and
> monitor. :-
> > )
> > Modules.conf file attached. Anyone got any ideas here?
> > Jeff
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