Of course, it helps having working reference machines I’m using Mandrake 10 though, and the Linux Kernel version with the distro is 2. My parellel problem is that the rocketraid card I chose for this project is certified Red Hat 9,not ES 3. Visit the following links: I’ll place an order and will try it.

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So, I’ll report back on Sunday as to how the cards detected. I’ll place an order and will try it. Thus far they’ve issued and automatated reply. How did you get it working?

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February 28th, 6. The strange thing is that I did have build-essential when I tried to build that. Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del.

I still thought I saw Linux support on Netgear’s site. February 28th, 3. Was going off on my own tangent.


My CAT5 cabling also works fine, so there was no need for upgrading the cables. I can’t say I’ve had this particular frustration though. Details required for a rabbit. What I’m afraid is going to happen is it gets picked up as BaseT.


Until now I’ve always been a strict stay on the hardware gaa311 geek. Note that registered members see fewer ads, and ContentLink is completely disabled once you log in.

Results 1 to 10 of Pretty much I’m screwed. Did you get this working? The little darling works like a charmer. This book contains many real life examples derived from the author’s experience as a Linux system and network administrator, trainer and consultant. Was able to bring it up with ifconfig no problem. Display posts from previous: Of course it would only be possible to max out this network by using AMD64 workstations and servers with PCI-X NICs, but unfortunately this is out of question at the moment, except I win in the lottery today evening Feeling pretty stupid now.

February 28th, 2. Having trouble installing a piece of hardware? I just took a closer look at the product-picture on the Netgear website, and there is definitely a Realtek chip on that NIC. Except the new machines we’re using them on have the new broadcomm NIC’s in them, of which RH9 doesn’t support out of the box.


I just discovered, that swapping over from a Mbit network to a Gigabit network is not really expensive any more. Both the built in card and the mbit PCI card are working fine, it’s just the gigabit card that isn’t working. Is there a way to write a driver? Please visit this page to clear all LQ-related cookies. The opinions expressed above are the personal opinions of the authors, not of Hewlett Packard Enterprise. Master One l33t Joined: I usually compile all necessary stuff into the kernel, so no module loading here.