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Old 11-14-2003, 03:14 PM   #1
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Secondary NTFS partion & sk98lin driver

I just got fedora to work, but I was wondering if I could use sk98lin version 6.18 for my 3com 3C940 lan card, its for kernel versions 2.4.13 and I'm guessing its good..and it does work, there was only complier version problem. However, after I reboot, I have to restart the driver for the card to work again, is there an automatic way to restart the driver or something?

Also, how do you mount logical ntfs patition, the primary works, but have problems with the secondary...


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