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Old 01-02-2003, 03:13 PM   #1
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Unhappy Can't get 100fdx with 3C509B-TXNM under Mandrake 9.0

Real new to Linux, not so new to Unix like platforms but this is driving me nuts. Well, more nuts than ususal. Many bugs, this one first I suppose. Read every post here I could get my hands
on but no soap.

NIC 3Com 3C905B-TXNM

3C59x driver installed and the NIC is up but ony
at 10Mbps and half duplex.

I can open the mandrake control center and manually
enter info into the module configuration. That would be
Options 5, and full_duplex 1
If I'm reading my FAQs correctly. Problem is that
doesn't work.


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