AT2500 Ethernet card
Fri Dec 11 07:32:23 1998
I've been attempting to install Linux (Debian) on my machine (686 Intel)
via FTP to my Windows partition / mounting partition in Linux. However,
my ethernet card, Allied Telesyn 2500v2 PCI, is not easy to get a Linux
driver to work with. The problem seems to be that the card is not
A friend compiled the Linux kernel custom for me a few times to try to
fix this. Drivers tried were: AMD PCI, PCnet32, PCI NE2000, RealTek
8129/8139. Also, we tried to use the module rtl8139 (as suggested by
Donald Becker in his post about this problem,
http://x14.dejanews.com/getdoc.xp?AN=397658715 ), but insmod returned
"get_kernel_syms: Function not implemented".
So are there any updates on this card, or any other methods to try to
help Linux detect the card? TIA for your advice.
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