Ok...I got the yenta_socket entry in there and rebooted. It got a little
farther. When I reran "insmod 3c59x" though, it told me that the module
was already installed.
I've got a line in my /etc/modules.conf that reads 'alias eth0
3c59x"...but the card still isn't being initialized properly.
Any more ideas?
I'll tackle the CD and such after this. <G>
And thanks for the great suggestion.
On Mon, 19 Feb 2001, kris buggenhout wrote:
> Eric Sandeen wrote:
> > On 16 Feb 2001 21:04:45 -0400, Michael Burger wrote:
> > > I'm running into a bit of a snag, and I'm hoping that this list is
> > > the place to ask.
> > It is. :)
> > > The problem I'm having is in getting the 2.4.0 kernel supplied with
> > > XFS and the ISO image to recognize my NIC...a 3Com 3c575 card. If
> > > anyone has any helpful suggestions, I'd be most appreciative.
> I had the same problem on the same laptop...
> The problem is : the pcmcia core is not i8xxx but yenta_socket so edit
> /etc/sysconfig/pcmcia and change the line PCIC=i82365 into
> this get's U half way ... now reinsmod the 3c59x module ... and presto
> the other problem is devfs specific ... autoloading of certain devices
> fails (like cdrom ...)
> just do a modprobe cdrom;modprobe ide-cd
> then the /dev/hdc device file will be there.
> for the mouse ... thats another prob ...
> it works under X though.... gpm -t ps2 -m /dev/psaux should do the