Do you see anything interesting with "dmesg" in the different scenarios ?
Also /var/log/messsages may have interesting info ?
Eoin Phillips wrote:
>> On Thu, Jun 29, 2000 at 01:26:05PM +0200, Brian MacNamara (EEI) wrote:
> > have you the right driver loaded for your card?
> > edit /etc/rc.d/rc.modules and include the line for your card.
>> Sorry, forgot to cc the list.
>> The cards are working all right under the circumstances I described so I
> presume the drivers are ok (e.g. I transferred 500MB between them last
> night via NFS). Unless there are options that need to be enabled when one
> machine isn't running Windows?
>> And in reply to Leo, I have run the nicdiag program under Windows and set
> them both to UTP. This seemed to work ok because the startup message from
> the driver changed and now says that it is in 10BaseT mode.
>> Anything else I could try?
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