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Page 1 of 2 1 2 Last Jump to page: Unknown device rev 10 Subsystem: What errors did you receive? I try to insmod the file and get the following errors: Will the Network config now be able to activate eth0?
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Registered Linux User Note that you won’t need the file there; you should use whatever Mandrake has provided to build a kernel lunux ‘insmod via-rhine.
Thank you, but I got frustrated and threw out the D-Links in favour of plain vanilla s that worked right out of the box and made no confusion in the OS’s head.
D-Link DFETX = Realtek RTL = VIA Rhine III ??? – Ars Technica OpenForum
Sep 15, Posts: They make your home brighter, smarter, and more in tune with you. How can I find my hardware version?
Will the Network config now be able to activate eth0? Which products are you interested in? I’ll probably put one D-Link in a small box I have though, since they supplied low-profile brackets with it. Mon Oct 20, What are you doing to install it?
Jan 16, Posts: This compensation may impact how and where products appear on this site including, for example, the order in which they appear. Anyway, you should take a peek at your NIC and see which chipset it actually uses. The card was seen and listed there before but would not activate. Tue Oct 21, 3: Datasheet Show more Show less.
Wireless Browse Wireless Categories:. It is not clear which of them is the right driver, or if either is a correct driver for Rev.
The “modprobe” command actually consults the database created by depmod to see if the module you are trying to load requires that other modules be loaded first; if so, it loads those modules in the necessary order.
D-Link DFE-530TX = Realtek RTL-8139 = VIA Rhine III 6105 ???
I’ll take your advice into consideration with that one. If a device is detected on boot and your network connection still doesn’t work, then something else is causing your problem.
It sounds like maybe a program like Kudzu is configuring the wrong kernel module to be loaded for you? There is one major difference though: You can withdraw your consent at any time. Definitely anything other than D-Link. In abundance and piles. A good learning experience for me, being I’m a newbie.
Let’s see what modules you actually are loading right now; post the output of the following command the ” l ” is a lower-case “L”: 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 D2 in a Celeron box with a partition drive.
The D-Link web site also has down loads. Results 1 to 15 of 21 Thread: Originally posted by rlyonmckay I could not compile the rtl Results 1 to 15 of Join Date Aug Posts In order to compile from source, you need to install the gcc compiler, kernel sources, and kernel headers.