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wonder_sk 03-15-04 11:06 AM

nvnet is loaded, what's next?
 
hi!
i downloaded nforce drivers, compiled them, i have also "alias eth0 nvnet" line in /etc/modules.conf, i have successfully loaded nvnet module (when i call lsmod it's there), but i don't know what should i do now...

i think i should have /dev/eth0 file but it's not there.... because somewhere i've read i should call "ifup eth0" but it just says that it's unknown interface.....

i'm linux newbie so my knowledge is quite small
thanks in advance for any help

pheng001 04-13-04 08:40 PM

Re: nvnet is loaded, what's next?
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by wonder_sk
hi!
i downloaded nforce drivers, compiled them, i have also "alias eth0 nvnet" line in /etc/modules.conf, i have successfully loaded nvnet module (when i call lsmod it's there), but i don't know what should i do now...

i think i should have /dev/eth0 file but it's not there.... because somewhere i've read i should call "ifup eth0" but it just says that it's unknown interface.....

i'm linux newbie so my knowledge is quite small
thanks in advance for any help

:lol2: i have the same problem,the NIS doesn't work,who can tell me how can make it work?

NeoXP 04-14-04 01:16 AM

Re: nvnet is loaded, what's next?
 
Don't know what distro you use, but for the time I was on ML 9.2 (kernel 2.4) I had to configure the networksetting in MCC after I had installed the official nForce-drivers. Now that I'm on ML 10.0 (kernel 2.6) everything works out of the box.

wonder_sk 04-14-04 06:47 AM

Re: nvnet is loaded, what's next?
 
i'm using debian linux 3.0r2

btw. what's MMC ?

NeoXP 04-14-04 12:13 PM

Re: nvnet is loaded, what's next?
 
It's MCC it stands for Mandrake Control Center, it is the place to configure Mandrake Linux.

I can't help you configuring Debian, I don't have experience with Debian, I suggest you try to find a Debian-forum to get help


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