> Just got me a shiny new black GX150 yesterday. And whipped out my Debian
> 2.2 CD's, and got going.
>> I quickly ran into two problems. The NIC on the motherboard is a 3c905C -
> which isn't supported by the standard kernel (well, it seems to be; the
> module loads, and doesn't do anything). So, after downloading 3Com's own
> driver from their web page, I set about compiling it. Took a while. And
> now it's loaded. When I type "ifconfig eth0 inet a.b.c.d up", I get
> SIOCSIFFLAGS: No such device
Try installing 3c59x/3c900 driver from kernel 2.2.17. I had to use this
for a Dell built in 3c905B TX 040-0483 chipset. It works but I have
problems when try to dump to a remote tape drive. Only get 125KB/sec. Do
not know if this is related as ftp across network is fine.
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