Did you try this? Note that you won’t need the file there; you should use whatever Mandrake has provided to build a kernel if ‘insmod via-rhine. Does the NIC not work at all? More info is available on D-Link’s web site. If a device is detected on boot and your network connection still doesn’t work, then something else is causing your problem.
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I screwed up those links like a rank noob. It’s treatment on network cabling omits connecting two computers together with a cross-over cable, some of the basic installation rules e. D-Link’s Web site is quite good, is easy to navigate, has drivers, manuals, etc, and makes it easy access to tech support; but, it currently lacks FAQs and detailed technical information.
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Does the NIC not work at all? Did you try this? Note that you won’t need the file there; you should use whatever Mandrake has provided to build a kernel if ‘insmod via-rhine.
The User’s Manual agrees with my count. If you’re running something else, that’s the source of your problems.
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Have you built a new kernel? Here is the right site for the source of the Rhine module. The back and front of the board are almost solid with ground and power planes; an indication of good engineering. Mon Oct 20, The Realtek chipset is one of the most heavily-supported ethernet chipsets out there, so it’s generally an excellent option for non-Windows OSes Jan 16, Posts: You can use ‘dmesg’ to see the boot messages, including what driver s the kernel is trying to load and whether or not it is having any success.
Sep 15, Posts: Built-in NWay auto-negotiation detects 10 and Mhz connections and automatically supports half and full-duplex modes.
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More info is available on D-Link’s web site. A diagram of the board would be nice.
Mon Oct 20, 8: The User’s Guide is well-written, but incomplete. You can of course remove any other module that’s running and manually load the module with a “modprobe too” command, but that’s not a very automatic solution Can someone solve this mystery for me?
If Linux is automatically loading the Via driver for you, chances are it’s got a Via chipset. But, one significant note on that page is that you need a 1. Anyway, you should take a peek at your NIC and see which chipset it actually uses.
The RJ jack is the best I’ve seen on any board. Mon Oct 20, 5: What are you doing to install it? I’ve never had problems with the TX in Linux It sounds like maybe a program like Kudzu is configuring the wrong kernel module to be loaded for you?
Tue Oct 21, 3: In abundance and piles. Larry More info is available on D-Link’s web site. May 12, Posts: I’ll take your advice into consideration with that one.