On Tue, 5 Mar 2002, John Gay wrote:
> It is. The settings on the PnP page of my Bios are:
aha... try enabling it then. :)
> So, I ask again, why won't the 2.4.16 kernel use my network card when the
> 2.2.20 kernel does with the same Bios settings?
dont know. could you give output of
lspci -vb | egrep '(^[0-9]|IRQ)'
lspci -v | egrep '(^[0-9]|IRQ)'
with and without PnP OS enabled. (its an smp kernel, right?)
> I gave up Windows because I hate dual-booting, but right now, that's
> the only way I can access the Internet AND my DVD. Boot 2.2.20 for
> Internet access and re-boot 2.4.16 for DVD access : (
> I'll worry about why my 32M GVX1 card runs tuxracer so slooooow later.
it's using software OpenGL.
>> John Gay
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