Appearently i never installed some kernal dev packages or something because the command it was looking for GCC didn’t exisit. Following the directions, I then run make load that does insmod 3c When I try and add the card, it does not show up in the list of available cards. Find More Posts by quam. I mean, not impossible, but it sound really implausible. R August 30,

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Thanks to you I have no problem whatsoever now. Now here are the problems.

Please visit this page to clear all LQ-related cookies. Using the sk98lin module from stock Mandrake 9. This is where the kernel module loader will look for it. Shutting down loopback interface: Find More Posts by NeGe0.

3Com 3C Gigabit LOM Ethernet Adapter – Software Patch

Dyrek December 30, C Netfilter core team eth0: I’m using the 2. The default value is 0. Registration is quick, simple and absolutely free.

I’ve never used any distro version before and don’t know anything. Find More Posts by mrqx. However, it’s got to be trivial to make it work — Setting mbps full-duplex based on auto-negotiated partner ability 41e1.


The driver failed to initialize PCI shared memory mapping. Hello Metthew, Iwas searching for the driver all over the place and finally I found you link and followed your way and it work. Find More Posts by candyman For Mandrake, I imagine you can download the kernel source as an rpm file, but you shouldn’t really have to compile a kernel to make this work.


Lann drivers are now up links in the blog entry. Later, I discovered the June discussion suggesting that the kernel driver might not in fact work.

I forgot to say but I’m on Mandrake 9. The most recent version is 6. It worked fine with an another network card same settings in samba iamwm: At first sight – everything seems to work fine, but if I connect to the server via samba and copying a file from the server to my windows client – it takes about 30 seconds for a 1 MB file!

Windows Vista – what driver to use for the 3Com Gigabit LOM (3C940) network card

I first thought they used the acenic driver and recompiled my 2. The one thing SysKonnect haven’t done is post a changelog, so I don’t see what they’ve done since 6.


Wow, that was a very nice, informative post! Here are my relevant log files: If you need to reset your password, click here. You can use an alias and fake email. Open Menu Close Menu. I also tried the driver delivered with mandrake 9. I actually ended up just using the driver version supplied by 3Com, since it’s very slightly more 3om than 2.

When I search it seems to take forever When I use the GUI in redhat to check for my network card, it does not show up.