Clarification: Network Reconfiguration Question
kassube at gmx.net
Thu Oct 11 22:45:08 BST 2007
> Nils wrote:
> > Do you know which type your new NIC is? What is the output of the
> > lspci command? Maybe the kernel module for the new NIC is not
> > automatically loaded or maybe it needs ndiswrapper to work.
> Here is the relevent lspci output:
> 0000:01:08.0 Ethernet controller: Intel Corporation 82801DB PRO/100 VE
> (LOM) Ethernet Controller (rev 81)
> I looked through the lib/modules/2.6.15-28 directory & did not find
> anything for intel, or even the 'natsemi' module that has often worked
> for me when I could not find the specific one.
> Here is the kernel module list. (I haven't had to dig this deep in
> years, I don't think.):
> Module Size Used by
> e100 40580 0
It looks like the right module is loaded. At least I would expect the e100
to be the right one. You could find out if there is any NIC available
with the command "ifconfig -a" which will also give you the name.
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