Since 3Com ethernet cards do not use the tulip module, I figured bubblenut must have 2 nics due to Proprietary nvidia drivers vs. No such device Hint: Read this , and more specifically this for more information and help. Linux – Hardware This forum is for Hardware issues.
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CONFIG_NET_TULIP: ‘Tulip’ family network device support
Networking 3csho100b driver installation. You may have to register before you can post: Cheers for the help so far Bubble Page 1 of 2 1 2 Last Jump to page: In rare instances, this bit may not clear.
If “modprobe tulip” doesn’t work, run the following command and then try the modprobe again: Please visit this page to clear all LQ-related cookies.
Note that this condition only occurs when warm booting from another operating system. Note that the baseTX media type is only available if supported by the adapter. If so, please post the complete and accurate 3csoho100v of working through those troubleshooting steps. If you power down your system prior to booting FreeBSD, the card should be configured correctly. Want to know if that peripheral is compatible with Linux?
3Com 3CSOHOTX PCI
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The reason being is that mobprobe can normally configure the attributes automagically by simply asking the card what those settings should be. The tulip based as eth0 and the 3Com as eth1? Results 1 to 15 of Please ignore everything I’ve said.
The above message is telling you what to look at for more information about the probable cause, and the second link I gave you in my last post gives xt troubleshooting steps for exactly this problem. The xl driver supports the following media types: Click Here to receive this Complete Guide absolutely free. Registration is quick, simple and absolutely free. Read thisand more specifically this for more information and help.
CONFIG_TULIP: DECchip Tulip (dc2114x) PCI support
Fast Etherlink XL adapters such as the 3cTX and 3cB-TX are capable of 10 or Mbps data rates in either full or half duplex and can be manually configured for any supported mode or automatically negotiate the highest possible mode with a link partner. What kind of 3csho100b do you have btw?
If you need to reset your password, click here. One little problem though, when I bought my computer they put a password on my bios so that I have to take it 3csoho10b0 to them for maintenance but they now deny having done this. This book contains many real life examples derived from the author’s experience as a Linux system and network administrator, trainer and consultant. All times are GMT For whatever the reason, the ‘MII available’ bit in the media options register on this particular equipment is not set, even though it should be the 3cTX always uses an external PHY 3csoho100.
They hope these examples will help you to get a better understanding of the Linux system and that you feel encouraged to try out things on your own. So you have two ethernet cards? The tulip driver has been built into the kernel for a looooong time.
Linux-Kernel Archive: Tulip driver support for the 3Com 3CSOHOB-TX
Since 3Com ethernet cards do not use the tulip module, I figured bubblenut must have 2 nics due to HTH Knute You live, you die, enjoy the interval! You may find more information in syslog or the output from dmesg Um, I don’t mean to sound short here, but: The 3cB loses all of its PCI configuration in the D3 state, so if the BIOS does not set it back to full power mode in time, it will not be able to configure it correctly.
I’m going to boot up in linux and find out the details.