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Old 09-08-2003, 09:23 AM   #1
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Real NIC isn't detected


My Cnet200WL is not detected under linux
What can i do?

The system detects a RealTek since the first installation of Linux SuSE 8.2 because i choose one randomly until it works, seems the false module matches the chipset but it is not the true one that is to say Davicom form my Cnet200WL Fast Ethernet....

And their module dm9xs.o won't load
And YaST always says there is a Realtek available
but it is false
I'm newbie help
 
  


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