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Old 05-25-2004, 06:55 AM   #1
SourCreamAndOni
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Network Install With Gigabit E-1000, how do I load the modules at startup


When looking for install notes for the Intel gigabit ethernet e1000 interface. I only find how to do upgrade an existing install. THe problem is that i install over network, thus I need the gigabit card at once.
The driver file is a .sh file, I have also found drivers requiring make, and make install before loading module.

Im running redhat and using the integreted gigabit device on INTEL D875PBZ card

How do I make a module-package(where can i find) that can be installed before installing os?
 
Old 05-26-2004, 04:38 AM   #2
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Hi

To get the drivers installed during boot from floppy, read my web page on the subject at
http://birger.sh/computing/RedHat_9_...dia_howto.html

I hope that helps...

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