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I’m going to give that a go later today.
I’ve downloaded the drivers from the Asus site for this and extracted them. I was trying to follow the network bonding how to and noticed that I seam to be missing a file in the directory: SuSe install with 3com 3c The driver source code is available from the asus website at: Linux – Nif This Linux forum is for members that are new to Linux.
3Com 3Com Gigabit LOM (3C940) / NIC (3C2000) v.1.10.26
All files in the driver release are licensed under the GPL. You are currently viewing LQ as a guest. Help with 3com 3C and kernel 2. Hi, I’ve had another problem, just the next step on I’m affraid I’ve followed all the steps in the link you suggested and my device has been recognised correctly.
Browse Requests Reports Product Dashboard. Description Matt Whiteley Not sure if this was the case with CC as it has been a while since I built that box.
It then complained on make that version. OK, it looks like you need to reboot twice after adding a new NIC.
How to install a 3com 3c NIC
My system is as follows: Comment 2 Bill Nottingham Hmm, that header obviously isn’t meant to be used in programs other than the kernel.
If a module was included in the kernel, it would upgrade with the kernel each time, and not have to be nix locally. I eventually found these in glibc-kernheaders. In Other Network Topics. It shows up after the second reboot.
If you ask me it should be autodetected and nci you go to https: I put them in the appropriate places and that has left me where I am now. Download the Cyber Risk Report.
This is obvisouly not the case and if I run “insmod 3c NIC recognized, networking enabled. Click Here to receive this Complete Guide absolutely free. Please login to post a reply You will need to be logged in to be able to post a reply.
– No kernel module for 3com 3C NIC
Comment 5 Justin M. Please visit this page to clear all LQ-related cookies. If I look in the hardware reports it does indeed show in the hardware list but for some reason nif is not initialising on boot.
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