[svlug] Kingston KNE110TX ethernet card

Brian Bilbrey bilbrey at pacbell.net
Thu May 11 11:12:02 PDT 2000

RH5.2, 6.0 and Mandrake 6.1 all recognized the PBI -->Kingston card
without need for getting tulip sources or anything else for me - I
haven't brought that machine up to 7.0, but then, it's my firewall box,
so I shan't be upgrading unless I need to. If you need more detail,
write me back and I will ssh in and pull info off the box for you.


Terrio Echavez wrote:
> Does anyone have experience that can be shared installing the Kingston
> KNE110TX ethernet card in a Linux Mandrake 7.0 distribution?  I understand
> from the Kingston website http://www.kingston.com  that there is a procedure
> for configuring Linux when installing Kingston EtheRx ethernet adaptors in
> Mandrake Linux 7.0 that bypasses Kudzu (do nothing option) and does the
> install using DrakConf as root.  I am just wondering if the "tulip" module
> for the KNE110TX already exists, or if the driver needs to be downloaded
> (e.g. tulip.c) and compiled.
> Pac Bell will be coming over my house in a couple of weeks to do a Basic DSL
> install for my Mandrake 7.0 system.  All they said was I needed was to
> download the Kingston KNE110 ethernet driver for Linux prior to their
> arrival.  If I need to download the tulip.c source code and compile it, how
> does one do that on a Linux Mandrake 7.0 environment which looks a lot
> different than the Redhat 6.1 environment that I am used to?  Is there a
> place I can find dcoumentation?
> Any help or suggestions would be much appreciated.
> Best regards,
> Terrio Echavez
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