Network and audio drivers for onboard devices in fedora core 4
- From: cvanes@xxxxxxxxx
- Date: 15 Dec 2005 08:07:00 -0800
Hi, i'm a newbie to linux and i'm having a bit of bother getting fedora
core 4 to recognise my integrated intel nic and audio. I recently
downloaded and built the driver for the nic and used modprobe to add it
as a module but still no luck. The driver is located in the correct
directory as indicated by the release notes but i cannot see it in
/dev. I added the alias e100 eth0 to the file modprobe.conf (it's
modprobe.conf in the release notes but named slightly different under
fedora). Is there something i'm missing or something i haven't done? Am
i nieve to think that it should just being a matter of building the
driver and installing it as a module? When i try to set up my network
it returns the error 'device eth0 does not seem to be present, delaying
Any help with this issue would be greatly appreciated.
Chris van Es
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