On Mon, Apr 16, 2001 at 08:50:41PM +0100, Darragh Rogan wrote:
> Thanks, but I had a look at the manufacturers driver disk, and it directed
> it me to a site which said that I must treat the card as a tulip. I
> downloaded the source code, but it won't let me compile it - something about
> gcc command not recogised?
If the card's Tulip compatible, then with a modern distro you shouldn't need
to compile anything - just tell the system that the cards is a Tulip. If you
get error messages like "gcc command not recogised" then you don't have the
compiler (gcc) installed>
> I think in future I'll get the oldest 10meg card I can - save me the head
No matter what network card you have, you can't compile without a compiler.
Niall O Broin
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