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I'm installed redhat 9.0 on my system without any problems. I need a "how to" install dlink dfs 530 or netgear fa311 nic on my system. When i have the dlink installed it says bringing up eth0 and has a green ok on right side of the screen. I tried to chek the eth0 with the ifconfig command but get an error. also my system crashes when i do startx.
xf86config will create a new /etc/X11/XF86Config where as XFree 4.x will search for the -4 one first.So if you are going to use this one,then you will have to delete your /etc/X11/XF86Config-4 file.There is no such problem with the other one.