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Did you read my first post? Where I suggested you simply try "modprobe tg3"??? Did you try it??
And if you're not paying for RHEL, you will not be able to update/patch/expand it. Again, get a community supported distro, and you'll probably work right off the bat. If not, you'll at least be able to load software. If you're not going to pay for it, DON'T USE IT
Why do you NEED RHEL?
you like to answer all the questions with question ( don`t mind just kidding )
a ) i have already replied , that command also doesn`t work
b ) i didn`t ask particularly for redhat , i have the same issue with Centos .
Where?? You never said you tried the modprobe command ANYWHERE in your previous posts.
Really?? Again, where? You don't mention CentOS anywhere either.
Try again. The Tigon3 driver (tg3) has been present in RHEL since 4.x CentOS is essentially RHEL, but community supported, and again, why do you need RHEL on a laptop?
as a matter of fact i have taken the RHCE books and i want to study myself . i can do whatever i want on my PC but unfortunately most of the time i`m outdid and that`s why it`s better to install the os on laptop .
as you told , i tried 'modprobe ' which doesn`t work on my OS .
anyway i`m downloading the last centos version , i`ll infrom you ASAP whether it works on my centos or not .