2005/12/21, Faraz Shahbazker <faraz.shahbazker(a)gmail.com>om>:
On 12/21/05, Puneet Lakhina <puneet.lakhina(a)gmail.com> wrote:
I have a relatek rtl 8139 based zebronics
ethernet card after a lot of
struggle i manged to obtain the drivers that compiled properly. But
doing depmod as the readme file said, what do i
Support for 8139 chipsets is included in the kernel - so I am not sure
which "driver" you have obtained but it's probably unnecessary.
It should already be available as a module (called 8139too) in the
default FC2 kernel. Just do:
$ modprobe 8139too
Wasnt available earlier but now i have this module.
To autoload the module you would have to add something like this in
### option rtl8139 - ethernet card
alias eth0 8139too
BTW: If your card is based on RTL-8139C+ chipset it has a totally
different driver (called 8193cp) - just make the
You can also check which modules are available with your kernel using:
$ modprobe -l
Ya the actual card i have is rtl 8139D, i tried it with 8139too and 8139cp
but same thign "device does not seem to be present dlaying initialization".