Are you new to LinuxQuestions. Last edited by AlbertJ; at Fraoch to Anon51aa4 Member Jun 2: Though I have made some progress. I have the same NIC, 3com 3c Dear Comcast, I won’t use your email service I think you need at least PCIe for that.

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It will have a listing for your card and know that it is a 3com but not what type or what driver to use.

Date first listed on Amazon April 12, Doesn’t even seem to have Vista drivers from what I can see. According to the readme for it’s configuration utility “dosdiag.

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Re: Which driver for the 3C940 / 3C2000?

I have no other ideas. In this case I would try a different version of the software or possibly replace the card if it is a problem. Hi all, I’ve been having similar problems. The system bios is set to never boot from 3c20000-t, but it is happening anyways. Most Active Forum Topics this week Anon51aa4 Anon Jun Click Here to receive this Complete Guide absolutely free.


I got a bunch of warning messages, but it created the 3c Right click that new directory, then select Actions, then Open Terminal Here. Results 1 to 1 of 1. Open Source Consulting Domain Registration.

Re: 3Com 3C2000-T support in 2.6?

However, when I restart Linux I find an anoying failed message stating that eth0 ‘3c’ does not seem to be present. Not root Hey, are yoy logged in as root? Don’t worry about it This is obvisouly not the case and if I run “insmod 3c Did you try to load the driver more than once? It creates directory 3c on the desktop. These are very well-supported cards unlike the 3Com which seems to have linu abandoned back in the Windows Vista days.

Meanwhile, if Knoppix doesn’t recognize your NIC, perhaps you can obtain the driver source from the manufacturer and go through a similar process to compile and load it. The answer seemed to be no. Most commented news last week [78] Wednesday Morning Links [45] Grab that coffee! All you have to do is get the driver off the cd, and follow the readme instructions for extracting it.


Put this in your modules. One other thing that comes to mind is, do you have the right kernel source installed?

Re: 3Com 3c NIC support

Having a problem logging in? I have edited the ‘hwconf’ and ‘modules.

If anyone has any advice I would apreciate it. Hey I liinux it to work!!! This book contains many real life examples derived from the author’s experience as a Linux system and network administrator, trainer and consultant. Visit the following links: But since you rage quit, good luck with the 3Com