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Problem with 21041 Base PCI Ethernet Card on Fedora

Posted on 2004-08-18
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Hi,
I have put Fedora Core 2 on my pc and have WIN ME on my Laptop. My pc has WIN XP as well but its on a seperate hard drive. Through XP my network card is "Intel 21041 Based PCI Ethernet Card" and works fine. But whenever I bootup Fedora, it says "tulip device does not seem to be present, delaying initialization". I connect to the internet through Modem. Please help.
I am a novice ... so please bare with me, and explain me...step wise, How do I get rid of this problem. Its driving me nutts.
Thanks

And if possible ... please tell who can I use my Fedora to connect to the net and share the net with my laptop.
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you have a detailed web to do this. and download the driver and all.

http://www.scyld.com/tulip.html
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