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Old 03-06-2003, 02:16 AM   #1
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Lan card RTL8319B how to configure


Lan card RTL8319B how to configure?? ayn driver needed in form of rpm or src.rpm or tar.gz want to configure it on redhat 7.? 2.4.7-10
is any module needed
i tried to configure it using ifconfig but cannot
 
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you will already have the driver on your system, no need to install anythign else. check you have a line in /etc/modules.conf that says "alias eth0 8139too" and then you should be able to just use an application like "netconfig" to configure the networking easily enough.
 
  


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