Re: ABIT VA-10 Local Ethernet with Driver Difficulty
From: Lenard (lenard_at_127.0.0.1)
Date: Thu, 02 Dec 2004 13:31:29 GMT
On Thu, 02 Dec 2004 05:39:34 +0000, Wayne Watson wrote:
> When I try to boot up my VA-10, after a long delay checking eth0, I get
> a message to the effect that some ethernet interface is faulty, and that
> the iptables might be corrupted. What's that about?
> Well, I did get in touch with ABIT. They said it's likely the driver,
> but they don't provide drivers for Linux. It's a VIA KM400 with a VT8235
> chipset. The onboard LAN is a VIA VT6103. I found the VIA Technology
> site, but they don't seem to have the drivers either. Anyone know where
> to get the driver for the LAN? Once I get it, how do I install it?
Follow the drivers link and choose;
Red Rat Linux and Ethernet(Networking/LAN) then select the South Bridge
The installation instructions are part of the package(s) downloaded.
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