3Com 3c2000 NIC support
drn_temp2 at rogers.com
Fri Apr 30 12:42:40 UTC 2004
I edited the beginning of the makefile to have the compiler CC = gcc32 as
with the base FC1 install. Everything appears to compile properly but there
is no 3c2000.o in the /lib ..../net/ directory. (Note: This was the 3rd
time that I ran the make load command, I removed all of the ".o" files first
At the end of the compile the command "insmod $(TARGET)" from the makefile
runs loading the 3c2000.o
When I try running the network configuration utility I do not see the
3c2000, nor is there any alias in the /etc/modules.conf
: 3c2000 3COM Gigabit NIC Driver Version All
: Copyright ...
: eth0: 3com Gigabit LOM (3C940)
: PrefPort:A RlmtMode Check Link State
When I check the network configuration utility for a 3c940 it is not their
This part of the makefile does not appear to be run:
# Module installation
.PHONY : install
@echo "Found kernel version $(KERNEL_VER)"
@echo "Install directory is $(INSTALL_DIR)"
mkdir -p $(INSTALL_DIR)
install -m 644 $(TARGET) $(INSTALL_DIR)
I checked to make sure (as much as I could) that all of the directories that
the variables refer to do actually exist, I wasn't sure about the KERNEL_VER
from looking in the version.h.
----- Original Message -----
From: "yavorsky gaetan" <gaetan.yavorsky at easy-france.com>
> What do you have as problem loading the 3c2000.o into your kernel ?
> I hope that you correctly have built the driver ?
> ( edit top Makefile of linux src to match you kernel, set the correct C
> compiler i.e gcc32, make a build of the 3c2000 driver, and then make
> install )
> if so you should find 3c2000.o in your /lib/modules/xxx ( for me :
> /lib/modules/2.4.22-1.2115.nptlsmp/kernel/drivers/net/3c2000.o )
> If so try to load the module by hand : /sbin/insmod 3c2000
> Then have a look in your /var/log/messages file. You should see your NIC
> After this, you should be able to run the netconfig utility to configure
> your card.
> after configuration you should see a line like :
> alias eth0 3c2000
> in the /etc/modules.conf file.
> Let me know if it's working.
> Dave a écrit :
> >----- Original Message -----
> >From: "yavorsky gaetan" <gaetan.yavorsky at easy-france.com>
> >>I have an Asus P4P800 this the same NIC ( 3C940 ).
> >>Prior to kernel 2.4.22-1.2188, I had to download the 3C2000 driver and
> >>install it.
> >>Now ( with this kernel ) the NIC if fully recognized, and the used
> >>driver is sk98lin.
> >>Hope this help.
> >Problem is getting connected to get the updates. Could you give me some
> >more information on how to get this driver up and running in the base
> >install with kernel 2.4.22-1.2115? I seem to be missing something in the
> >installation process.
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