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Hello all; my ethernet card problem is fixed (many thanks, Jeremy).
andrewcm, I was having the same problem as you. Download the natsemi.c driver, ALONG WITH pci-scan.c, pci-scan.h, and kern_compat.h from the link provided by Jeremy (http://www.scyld.com/network/ethercard.html).
After compiling and installing both pci-scan.o and natsemi.o, and editing rc.modules, your problem should be solved.
well done, and congratulations.
Maybe I should replace corel linux with slackware. I downloaded pci-scan.c and the others suggested but it made no difference.
I can find no way to construct the natsemi.o for corel linux 2.2.16 from natsemi.c using the command given in the file. First is says "must use -0". then it says "cannot find /linux/modversions.h" - a file which doesn't exist anywhere on the corel disk.
any suggestions? should I remove corel linux and switch over to slackware?
I've been working on this for a week now. Ive been having the same problem with the FA311 in redhat 7.0
I've been to a few different sites, including the one above and downloaded everything I can find. Currently, I have compiled and installed pci-scan.c (installed .o) and natsemi.c (installed .o) using the following commands:
I don't know if I'm having the same problem as yank_, but I can't get my FA311 to work on RH7 either. Everything looks hunky-dory during the install, and 'insmod pci-scan' works fine, but when attempting 'insmod natsemi' I get the following error:
Device or resource busy
and the hint that this can be caused by incorrect parameters.
Is that message sort of a catch-all for modules that can't run, or does anyone have an idea about what I might have to do to correct this?
I am having *great* trouble getting the FA311 to work. I have downloaded the necessary files (fa311.zip, pci-scan, natsemi and the kern_compat files), but try as I might I cannot get them to compile. I get errors like not being able to find the linux/modversions.h file, and no compilation. Does anyone have any idea what to do...? I am using Storm 2000 with kernel 2.2.16
Hey everyone.. netgear released new drivers if you havn't figured it out already
go to http://www.netgear.com .. drivers for RH6.x and RH7.0 are both avaliable. I got the fa311 to work in 7.0 first try with the new drivers.. now i just have to figure out how to get it to connect through my router to the cable modem
which, of course, gives me the same error. I haven't tried the suggestions listed here yet - earlier in the thread, but just wanted to mention that the new drivers netgear has out for rh6.x don't seem to be working for me. I am, of course, new to installing things on linux machines although I'm not new to the os. Any help is *much* appreciated.