Getting NDC 10/100 PCI ethernet card to work

Getting NDC 10/100 PCI ethernet card to work

Post by Joel Cohe » Sun, 18 Apr 1999 04:00:00



Hi all,

I'm having trouble getting my SOHO 10/100 PCI ethernet card to work with
in Redhat 5.2 with kernel 2.0.36. It uses the tulip (NDC) driver, and no
matter what I've done I can't get the card to work. Anyone with specific
info as to what needs to be done (rebuild kernel?) - please respond help
me if you can.

Thanks!

 
 
 

1. NDC 10/100 PCI Ethernet Card (Sohoware)

I recently bought one of those network-in-a-box kits from Sohoware, and
Red Hat 5.2 does not recognize the card vendor, or I think include a
driver for the card.

The only markings on the chips seem to be "MX", the card is called an
"MX-A" under Windows.

Does anyone know of a driver for these cards available for Linux?

Thanks!

Walter Cardwell

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