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Originally Posted by jim123425 how do i know wich modules? After a quick search, it appears that the module you are looking for is pcnet_cs. So, as root, try: Code: ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by jim123425
    how do i know wich modules?
    After a quick search, it appears that the module you are looking for is pcnet_cs. So, as root, try:
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    modprobe pcnet_cs
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    do you mind telling me how you found that??

    and tank you very much i will try it as soon as i can

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    I searched the following in Google: Trust ethernet pci combo 10mb + kernel module

    This is the url where I got the info: http://www.ftlinuxcourse.com/FTLC_Co...are-HOWTO.html
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    alright thanks i will try it as soon as possible

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