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Hi I have set up all my etc/ppp and peers etc/resolv.conf files. I am fairly sure they are correct. I am running debian woody on an x86 machine. I have ...
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    3com Ethernet car not working


    Hi

    I have set up all my etc/ppp and peers etc/resolv.conf files.
    I am fairly sure they are correct.

    I am running debian woody on an x86 machine.

    I have a 3com NIC and know what driver I need and that it is supported.

    I can check ifconfig eth0 and see all the hardware info.

    I have even tried loading the drivers but the installation fails?

    I know I also need to edit a file to make this happen after each reboot.

    I am realy stuck - I would greatly appreciate some assistance on this please.

    Thanks in advance!

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    q

    try to use noacpi or noapic option when u install the linux / kernel.

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