Network card drivers for eBox First, I’m new to linux and Ubuntu, but impressed with Ubuntu so far. Network card drivers for eBox Hi, I’m trying to install Ubuntu 8. As far as I know, no special steps were required to get the networking card to work. If so, what steps did you take to get it going? That’s great you got fedora working. I’m trying on Xubuntu Tags for this Thread network ebox.
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After install, you’ll need to apply a new kernel either a patched one or a new one compiled from source to the CF, then you can boot it on the eBox.
Originally Posted by nixscripter. January 28th, 2. Join Date Jan Beans 2. Post as a guest Name.
[ubuntu] Network card drivers for eBox
It was working with a custom version of Fedora As far as I know, no special steps were required to get the networking card to work. I have a partial answer which should help.
Join Date Oct Beans April 1st, 6. The driver source from the manufacturer is old and is prone to problems. I’m running Ubuntu 8. Where your CF is connected?
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Thank you for your responses. January 30th, 4.
Compile a new kernel on a different system, then install it. How you did the install? January 28th, 1. What kind of problem are you having?
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Network card drivers for eBox Hi, I’m trying to install Ubuntu 8. The processor is a Vortex86MXwhich is a i chip, so we have to specifically find i images instead of i which is slightly more troublesome than one would think.
I couldn’t get fedora installation to recognize the local storage of my sd card or my usb drive, so no beans for me. Update for phunehehe’s comment: Network card drivers for eBox Did the OP get this to work?
I assume this is what you are trying to ebxo as well? None of them works in x From my understanding of the Wikipedia article, a kernel compiled for such as the default kernel in Ubuntu I tried to install Debian 5 on an eBox The command “dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg” does not work on debian 5.
For Debian 4 installation, you need to install in Legacy Mode.