Slackware network question
steve at holmesgrown.com
Tue Nov 18 20:14:47 EST 2003
Slackware has a script called netconfig (I'm pretty sure) that is used
to configure your network settings. It also can optionally probe for
a network card if you want. I think once on one of my machines, it
picked the wrong card however. I had to go in and manually correct.
If I can recall, I think it tried to call my 3com 3c509C with a ne2000
driver. I guess hardware auto detection schemes aren't 100% right all
the time. I have seen it work on other systems though.
On Mon, Nov 17, 2003 at 07:09:03PM -0500, Jes and guide dog Harley wrote:
> Hi all,
> I have a Novell Engineering 2000 compatible network card. It's made by Smc and is an ISA device. I'm wondering if Slackware 9.1
> will autoDetect it by default? OR does it even support it at all? Thanks a lot!
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