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Re: [TCLUG:16297] PCMCIA nfs install

Have you used the PCMCIA install disk?

Paul Wiechman

Philip C Mendelsohn wrote:

> OK, so there are too many computers and network cables all over the
> living room and dining room table.  You've all been there.
> I have a Toshiba Satellite 100 75MHz Pentium that I'm trying to install
> on.  I do not have a CD-ROM in the machine.  I went and got a little
> D-Link PCMCIA 10baseT card for it, 'cause that's how it's going to end up
> hooked up.  The PCMCIA page says it's supported under the pcnet_cs driver,
> which seems to be true, because the lights on it's dangly jack go on when
> PCMCIA support is loaded.
> Here's my problem:  I want to use it to do an nfs install.  I've dug out 3
> or 4 distributions, and the trouble I get (mostly RedHat and Mandrake) is
> that they won't find the network card when they ask me which driver to
> use.  I assume that it's the NE2000 compatible driver, since that's what
> it says in the docs.
> Any advice on how to get an install set talking to it?
> Thanks,
> Phil M
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