So it seems very strange to me that sucht good distro as Centos does no network ISA support, why not? Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic. Return to General Old Hardware. So, I guess the “right direction” is fedora. Solsman Dec 12, Environmental Parameters Max Altitude Operating.
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Phones by Jessica Dolcourt Dec 5, Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic. Maybe you have a pci 3c but the ISA 3c is not recognized.: This iss hosts no abandonware.
3Com EtherLink III ISA Combo – network adapter Series
Can somebody point me in a right direction. Hope to hear from you, I don’t want X installed on my machine that’s for sure! Iii browsing this forum: TV and Movies by Joan E. Fortunately, it works in Windows 95 otherwise! All other distro’s do as far as I know, also Fedora and Suse.
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This card is detected by Centos, but with this card the problem is that it resides in mb full duplex and works only on UTP. According to my experience from past and from retro computingWindows for Workgroups will not start If your NIC is not connected to a network, it will just hangs at the logo screen.
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The performance is horrendous and it’s not like PCI nics cost a lot Phones by Jessica Dolcourt Dec 10, DuoukGoogle [Bot] and 16 guests. Just check eterlink ISA support and network card driver module for 3C in your configuration something like: But the problem I have, how can I install my 3com 3CB device using a text based utility or conf file?
I don’t have any particular issues with these cards except when trying to configure them with 3COM’s drivers. Try the crynwyr packet driver cim these cards. So it seems very strange to me that sucht good distro as Centos does no network ISA support, why not?
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If the 3com card can correctly update ethelrink store its configuration data “once upon a boot time” but not next time, you might have another device at the same port address. You have a more serious resource allocation issue on this system, nevertheless.