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Old 01-22-2011, 01:22 PM
Dale
 
Default Networkdriver for Intel 82579

Matthias Fechner wrote:

On 01/22/11 12:12, Dale wrote:

Just build it in or add it as a module. In case you are new, go to
Device Drivers, Network Device support, Ethernet 1000 Mbit then look for
Intel Pro/1000. Sort of lists it backwards up there. ;-)


no it is not working (kernel 2.6.37). But I got the above mentioned
driver working by editing the file with the error, replaced
VLAN_GROUP_ARRAY_LEN by VLAN_N_VID, found that in a kernel git log
that this variable was renamed.


Now it runs fine.


Bye
Matthias



So you got it working. That's all that matters. ;-)

Dale

:-) :-)
 
Old 01-23-2011, 12:01 PM
Matthias Fechner
 
Default Networkdriver for Intel 82579

On 01/22/11 12:12, Dale wrote:

Just build it in or add it as a module. In case you are new, go to
Device Drivers, Network Device support, Ethernet 1000 Mbit then look for
Intel Pro/1000. Sort of lists it backwards up there. ;-)


no it is not working (kernel 2.6.37). But I got the above mentioned
driver working by editing the file with the error, replaced
VLAN_GROUP_ARRAY_LEN by VLAN_N_VID, found that in a kernel git log that
this variable was renamed.


Now it runs fine.


Bye
Matthias

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