Sorry David, I should have mentioned that you'll need another kind of
network connection present. That's the annoying catch-22 with setting up
On Tue, 2006-07-11 at 21:24 +1200, David Bowen wrote:
At this point the hamregistry and the driver itself have been installed
successfully (as per the previous two messages), what you don't have is
the boot scripts.
It's a fairly simply matter to install these manually: run the following
commands as root:
# install -o root -g root -m 755 Intel536_boot /etc/init.d/Intel536
# ln -s ../init.d/Intel536 /etc/rcS.d/S16Intel536
Shouldn't I be able to find 536ep0 in /dev if the drivers are installed?
Bnonn. I ran your script but it just looked for repositories, Not found
of course as we have no Internet connection.
Have not been able to network Breezy with Dapper or SUSE 10.1 yet. Can
ping them both ways but cant get Internet connection through them to
patch Yast yet.
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