Upgrade from Redhat 9 to Fedora Core 3 - Search for answers
sujitkumar_shirkar at hotmail.com
Wed Jun 15 13:52:16 UTC 2005
I am having a workstation with redhat 9.0 and on board network card, i am
trying to install additional network card as eth1 but for some strange
reason its not allowing me to do so,
I think many of you might have this problem installing 2 or more network
card in red hat 9
please advise me
>From: Mark Knecht <markknecht at gmail.com>
>Reply-To: Mark Knecht <markknecht at gmail.com>,Getting started with Red Hat
>Linux <redhat-install-list at redhat.com>
>To: Getting started with Red Hat Linux <redhat-install-list at redhat.com>
>Subject: Re: Upgrade from Redhat 9 to Fedora Core 3 - Search for answers
>Date: Tue, 14 Jun 2005 21:51:13 -0700
>On 6/14/05, Leila Lappin <damovand at yahoo.com> wrote:
> > Wow thank you so much!
> > I think I'm going to follow you advice about PS/2. If
> > I change USB to PS/2 do I still have to get into the
> > setup mode and enable/disable legacy USB?
>Maybe yes, maybe no. The 'crash' can come at multiple places. It may
>be crashing (hanging) when it's trying to discover the USB controller
>itself, or it may be crashing when it's trying to decide what to do
>with a specific USB decide. I don't know how to tell.
>Another trick you might try is to download another distro's Live CD.
>Possibly a copy of Knoppix would boot and tell you something about the
>hardware and what drivers are getting loaded. It would also tell you
>if the hardware in this machine is well supported and whether this is
>an FC3 problem only.
>Now, when I buy new PCs at the store I take 3 or 4 boot CDs - Knoppix,
>Damn Small Linux, Gentoo, etc., and make sure the PC will boot on of
>them. It's a good feeling to know what you're in store for when you
>(Signing out for the evening.)
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