From: Matthieu (m.racine_at_free.fr)
Date: Sat 07 Jun 2003 - 13:34:02 BST
To check what you're ethernet card is, try "lspci" or, if does not work,
you wil have a list of your PCI devices plugged.
En réponse à Mike Savage <Mike.Savage_at_datastream.net>:
> What does the contents of your /etc/modules.conf file look like? > > -----Original Message----- > From: Joseph S Chung [mailto:jschung_at_itsd.gov.hk] > Sent: Thursday, June 05, 2003 11:03 PM > To: vserver_at_solucorp.qc.ca > Subject: Re: [vserver] eth0 fail to start > > > > I do not see eth0 with ifconfig command. It is not working. > I did not complie the kernel after downloading from web. How can I get > the > .config file. I do not have one in /usr/src/linux-2.4. By the way, I > am > using RedHat 9.0. Thanks. Joseph > > > > > > From: Guillaume Plessis <gui_at_moolfreet.com> on 05/06/2003 18:07 Please > respond to vserver_at_solucorp.qc.ca > To: vserver_at_solucorp.qc.ca > cc: > Subject: Re: [vserver] eth0 fail to start > > > > > Joseph S Chung wrote: > > I am not sure. It is Intel 82557/8/9 Ethernet Pro 100. How can I > > check? Thanks, Joseph > > There are many way do to this : > > 1/ Check that the following options are marked "=y" or "=m" in the > .config > file used during your kernel compilation: CONFIG_NET_PCI CONFIG_EEPRO100 > in > case of "=m", you ahve to check that the modules is loaded during the > system > boot > > 2/ check that you get eth0 when you lauch "ifconfig -a" > > 3/ ... > > Best regards > > Gui > > > > >