Board index All times are UTC. Maybe the motherboard I was using did not have all the address or interrupt lines wired to the PCI slots. Description Bernd Bartmann Introduction to Linux – A Hands on Guide This guide was created as an overview of the Linux Operating System, geared toward new users as an exploration tour and getting started guide, with exercises at the end of each chapter. June 1st, 5.
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Interrupt status is If the module isn’t found, can you check whether it’s built into your kernel?
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Find More Posts by Aramsh. There is a Redhat Linux driver available on the D-link website but i’m not sure if it’s possible to compile the drivers to work on Ubuntu kernel? Well no, that’s not going to help.
Comment 1 Rik van Riel Comment 7 Rik van Riel This and the late state of RHEL4 in it’s life-cycle extended hardware enablementclearly is an argument against enabling it in RHEL4, as it has never before been supported in that version. I use it each and every time I use Ubunutu.
Comment 10 Daniel Riek Want to know if that peripheral is compatible with Linux? At the ‘System Setting’ they all seem to be recognised but again, their state doesn’t change when I plug a ,inux cable into them.
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Drivers not working on newer versions of Ubuntu I don’t know the answer, but I noticed that your post fell down quite a bit with no answer, so I’ll take an educated guess. Originally Posted by llnux MAC mode is ffff: Luckily there’s now a kernel-mgr address Could anybody advise if there is a solution to this problem?
What can I do to make this work better? Comment 4 David Tonhofer Please help, i hate using a defunct OS Look forward to your help. Drivers not working on newer versions of Ubuntu Yes they stopped making computers out of wood quite a while ago What about recompiling or changing the sundance driver that is automatically loaded in the newer versions of Ubuntu?