What chipset does it use - (written on the card itself), ok I see from a
later post its a tulip. So what type of tulip?
If you need gcc installed, and if you use Redhat then...
rpm -i /mnt/cdrom/Redhat/RPMS/*gcc*
There is another package(s) that you need, and I can't remember what its
called, but, if you try and rpm -i on any kernel source, then its tells you
the required files. Sorry, don't have a "working" box in work!
From: Darragh Rogan [mailto:darragh at roganmedia.com]
Sent: Friday, April 13, 2001 10:34 PM
To: ilug at linux.ie
Subject: [ILUG] Linux networking - how???
I bought myself a hub, a network card and cabling to hook a win2000 laptop
up to my desktop. Both machines run fine as long as you run vindows but how
do I get a network card going in Linux. teh Manufacturer (LinkSys 10/100
EtherFast) have a big sign on the box "Tested with Linux" but "Don't provide
support for Freeware/Beta OSs." Is their a central resource for linux in
hardware. i'm running Mandrake 7
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