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Old 08-29-03, 02:45 PM   #13
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You guys are going down the same path that other people have in this forum. Do a search under "Linux Forums" (will search both forums that way) for "NForce" (w/o quotes of course).

I run a Shuttle XP machine with Red Hat 9, and I eventually had to download a *fixed* rpm from another site to get my NIC to work.

The only drawback to this is that it only runs under 1 version of the Kernel. So effectively, once I got mine running, I downloaded a bunch of updates, and ended up losing my NIC card access. Now I have to make sure I stay within that one particular kernel to have access to the network.

Anyway, do the search, and find the topic, you should find a post in there from me as well. Good luck!
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Old 08-29-03, 04:22 PM   #14
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I think you mean the Yanc file. Yep, tried it, no work. I've read too many similar posts. None seem to bring success. So, screw it, I'll just wait for the soon to be release RH10. Probably wouldn't have this fixed before then anyways the way it's been going
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