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Networking with RH 4.1 and LinkSys Cards

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I'm trying to get a Linux box up and running with RedHat 4.1.  It works fine, except that RedHat doesn't have any support for the LinkSys EtherPCI LAN Card II.  Can anyone help me find a driver for it... or suggestions on how to configure it?

Thanks!

Chris Stoopes <cstoopes@students.wisc.edu>
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cstoopes,

before you try your luck on finding the driver, if you have a ethernet compatible with ne2000 then most likely you don't have a problem, You just have to modprobe the Card by adding it to the kernel deamon which is in X-Win  kernelcfg  <-- command and add the Card in it. If you don't understand the options email me or post a comment here. Second make sure your netcfg  is perfect. Once you've done this your ready for the routing commands.

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jetx
jeff@kaibigan.com

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