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Old 09-07-2004, 08:55 PM   #1
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RealTek 8168/8110 with fedora

I have downloaded on my XP machine the new set of drivers for the realtek 8169/8100 drivers and followed the readme file to compile the drivers. I got the following files after they compliled


I found where the net drivers are located

so I copied those files and tried to 'insmod' them into the kernel, only the first one allowed me to insert but when I tried to dmesg the file it would show that
No module found in object
and the network card cannot be found
what should I do (and I am somewhat new to linux)

thank you for your future help


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