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Old 06-01-2004, 03:08 AM   #1
AZIMBD03
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device eth0 entered prominous mode & modprobe:pppt0 Module can't find out !!


Hello there

Recently I have Install RH 7.2 on DELL PC and confugure the primary DNS here. first time its going on fine..but after few hours i have got error

modprobe pppt0 Module can't find out !!
When I am trying to log in as root, the PC is hang after pressing password then i have to press Ctrl+c but its going

bash-2.5# promt, but before that the root promt was root@ns1.root#

I am trying to restart the network service but i can't do it.

When I am using this command like that

dmesg | grep eth0
......................: IRQ7 device eth0 entered prominous mode

PLease any body help me I am on so much trouble here


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