My distribution is RedHat 7. View all Wireless products. You can withdraw your consent at any time. You can of course remove any other module that’s running and manually load the module with a “modprobe too” command, but that’s not a very automatic solution It persists in that belief, despite several resaons: Problem is that it won’t work in Linux with the Rhine drivers, and I don’t manage to force drivers on it. Will the Network config now be able to activate eth0?
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So I got it hoping that driver support has improved since RedHat 5.
10-100Mbps PCI Card for PC
The time now is In abundance and piles. I have W98 on part of it and just intsalled RH8. They are all I believe part of the “Development” packages. Browse IP Surveillance Categories:. View all Wireless products.
Installation programs usually sort that out and ensure that modules are loaded in the required order, but sometimes you need to do it manually, and that’s what the “depmod” command does. Page 1 of 2 1 2 Last Jump to page: D-Link Canada Meadowvale Blvd.
Getting a D-Link DFETX+ Rev E to work
I have seen several previous threads describing this dl10038c, and I hope you can make some suggestions for me. Results 1 to 15 of I’ve never had problems with the TX in Linux Let’s see what modules you actually dl0038d loading right now; post the output of the following command the ” l ” is a lower-case “L”: You may have to register before you can post: And there are no TX drivers listed anywhere.
Donald Becker becker scyld. If Linux is automatically loading the Via driver for you, chances are it’s got a Via chipset.
D-Link DFETX = Realtek RTL = VIA Rhine III ??? – Ars Technica OpenForum
I have tried the card in two different PCI slots, wih no apparent differences. Unknown device rev 10 Subsystem: Datasheet Show more Show less. Meet our new Connected Home smart devices.
They make your home brighter, smarter, and more in tune with you. My distribution is RedHat 7.
Does the NIC not work at all? A good learning experience for me, being I’m a newbie.
You can use ‘dmesg’ to see the boot messages, including what driver s the kernel is trying to load and whether or not it is having any success. Have you built a new kernel? Dl10038s card was seen and listed there before but would not activate.
The Realtek chipset is one of the most heavily-supported ethernet chipsets out there, so it’s generally an excellent option for non-Windows OSes