Breezy and removing tg3 kernel driver
johndecarlo at gmail.com
Fri Sep 16 13:03:17 CDT 2005
On 9/16/05, Chmouel Boudjnah <chmouel at chmouel.com> wrote:
> setup an "alias eth0 " in /etc/modprobe.d/ see the manpage for that or
> simply delete the bad module in /lib/modules (not really the clean way)
> Cheers, Chmouel.
Thanks for the advice. I forgot to say that I did add "alias eth0 bcm5700"
And I renamed and moved the tg3.ko drivers out of
Thanks for clarifying.
On 9/16/05, John DeCarlo <johndecarlo at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hello,
> > I have searched through the mailing lists and googled in different
> > forms, but I can't figure this out. Hopefully it is something simple.
> > I use Cisco VPN software (4.6.00.0045-k9) to access my VPN at work.
> > It doesn't play well with the tg3 driver for some reason. (I tested it
> > again after the Breezy install.)
> > So I downloaded the latest Broadcom linux driver (8.2.18), compiled and
> > installed it. It modprobes just fine.
> > Now I am stuck - I can't figure out how to not use the tg3 driver. I
> > went and moved the tg3.ko files out of the drivers/net directory, but
> > they were still loaded when I rebooted. This trick worked in Hoary (unless
> > my memory is wrong).
> > All help appreciated.
> > Thanks.
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