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Hi, I am trying to install linux 8.0 using my pcmcia network card IBM etherjet 10/100 card bus. I found the driver for it on the internet but I am ...
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    NFS install via IBM 10/100 PCMCIA NIC


    Hi,
    I am trying to install linux 8.0 using my pcmcia network card
    IBM etherjet 10/100 card bus.
    I found the driver for it on the internet
    but I am not succeful to put it in a disk
    the size of the folder uncompressed is 4 mb
    a floppy disk is only 1.44mb. I would like to be able to mount the NIC adapter or to install the same way you can install NIC adapter using
    the PCMCIAdd.img.
    Can someone help me I found
    the package called pcmcia-cs-3.2.3.tar.gz on the net.
    I am not able to make on disk to browse within the installation and install the driver to be able to install linux from home pc.
    I am trying to do this install because my CD rom has failed and I need to replace it.
    no cash yet
    Thanks for your help
    Adil

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    It probably says on redhat's documentation site. I'm looking at it right now.

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    i looked at it but i wasn't able to find my answer
    strange.............
    has anybody encounter this situation before
    ?

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    I have encountered a similar situation, but at that time I actually gave up. I haven't found RedHat's sources for anaconda, though. I think they'd clarify a lot.

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