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Old 01-31-2005, 08:47 AM   #1
darktown
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3com3c905b + suse 9.0 on Packard Bell.. need help


Got a small problem.

working with packard bell 233 Mhz
Few ram (think about 64)

NO graphical card
2 SCSI hard drives

swap sda1
/ sda2

/windows/D

There is a network card in it but it's not detected in linux so i have put a 3com 3c905b network card in, i see it in Yast and i configured it but it doesn't work.

/etc/init.d/
./network restart

he skipped the shutting down and failed to start it.
also got something call "lo" on it, this doesn't give any errors

the network card is as eth1
dmesg|grep eth* doesn't give anything usefull (i think)

default gateway : 10.0.0.3
static IP : 10.0.0.26

what is the command again to get a ip /renew ip/release in linux? I want to try "obtain automatically an IP"

any other tips?
 
  


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