You have something like
in your /etc/lilo.conf? Or in config.sys if you're using loadlin..
Check /etc/interrupts. It might give more info..
Did you try and start eth1 later with ifconfig?
/sbin ifconfig eth1 down
/sbin ifconfig eth1 up
Hope that helps,
>> I am connected here on two seperate networks and I'm trying to talk to
> both of them at the same time. I have the correct modules installed and I
> have the routing information set up properably but when I try to initilase
> eth1, I get
>> Delaying eth1 initialization.
>> but it doesn't say why. I've read the multiple card ethernet howto but it
> had no information on it. What steps do I have to go through to get onto
> both networks?
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