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the very good email

Post by jeremie » Fri, 03 Jul 1998 04:00:00

The Context :
I try to install a linux system into my Pc network and i can't define my
Ethernet Card.
I tryed without any success to install this card by the re-compilation of
the kernel (with the module Ethernet NE2000).
My Card is not recognized on the kernel startup, i think it's because Irq
and base adresss are wrong.
Could you help me on this point because in two days i will be a crasy man!
    - How and where a network card is defined in the system?
    - How and where can i setup it (IRQ and Base address?
Thank you for the responses

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