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Network Adapter (Intel eepro10+ EISA) detection problems

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I have an Intel EtherExpress Pro10+ EISA card and can get neither slackware nor RedHat5.0 to find it.  SolarisX86 finds it no problem (even with p&p enabled).  I read in the Ethernet-HOWTO that this card uses the PRO100B driver rather that the PRO10 driver, but it suggests that this is only a PCI driver.  The HOWTO says that the PRO10+ is suported, but is the EISA version supported?
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I know this is hard, It's given me enough of a brain strain, so here, have some more incentive.
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Have you tried one of the generic drivers like the ne2000 ?
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I have tried NE2000 support in the kernel as well, but the card still isn't detected at boot up.  I tried starting an NFS install from my boot disks to see if it could find the network adaptor then, but it couldn't find it then either.
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dux earned 1200 total points
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You can find information about your cadrd, and drivers also at the following address:
http://titan.informatik.uni-bonn.de/~canavan/
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Cheers Dux
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