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    Try it, it has support for 82559 chipsets. Note that it is NOT a pcmcia driver what you want to use. Q: StudyWeb: Technology:Computer Science:Hardware:General
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      Try it, it has
      support for 82559 chipsets. Note that it is NOT a pcmcia driver
      what you want to use.

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      On Fri, Mar 30, 2001 at 09:36:16PM +0200, Barry BURNEREAU wrote:
      > Hello
      >
      > I'm trying to install a debian linux on my inspiron 8000
      >
      > I'm looking for the driver for the internal network card (mini pci, intel
      > 8255X)
      >
      > could someone explain me where i can found it and how to configure it ?
      >
      > thank you
      >
      > Barry BURNEREAU

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      Message: 21
      Date: Sat, 31 Mar 2001 07:03:32 +1000
      From: Matthew Geier
      Subject: Re: Re: safe Hibernation

      ale@... wrote:
      >
      > Maybe I'm missing the point here, but when I resume after a suspend to
      > disk, it's the BIOS that resumes. LILO doesn't get a look in! All I
      > did was use the utility from the Dell web page to create a s2d
      > partition. This utility automatically informs the BIOS of its
      > existence, and A does the rest.
      >
      > Whenever I turn the power back on after a s2d, the BIOS does its
      > checks (but without the dell splash screen), then goes to a phoenix
      > bios resume from disk screen with three sliding progress bars (same as
      > during the suspend), and then it resumes.
      >
      > This is how it works for both the 5000e and 7500 running redhat7 (with
      > both custom and stock kernels). I assume it's the same for all inspirons.

      It isn't, my C600 worked when I booted the s2d partition, otherwise at
      poweron after a FN-A, lilo starts, boots linux and you do a clean start.
      Unlike resume from memory, the BIOS doesn't jump in first. This had me
      stumped for a while.

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      Message: 22
      Date: Sat, 31 Mar 2001 09:40:28 +1200 (NZST)
      From: "Ryurick M. Hristev"
      Subject: Re: intel 82559 driver

      On Fri, 30 Mar 2001, Barry BURNEREAU wrote:

      > I'm looking for the driver for the internal network card (mini pci, intel
      > 8255X)

      IIRC the key word here is mini pci. AFAIK you need a kernel patch to
      enable support.

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      Message: 23
      Date: Fri, 30 Mar 2001 16:53:46 -0500 (EST)
      From: jsc3@...
      Subject: Re: intel 82559 driver

      > On Fri, 30 Mar 2001, Barry BURNEREAU wrote:
      >
      > > I'm looking for the driver for the internal network card (mini pci, intel
      > > 8255X)
      >
      > IIRC the key word here is mini pci. AFAIK you need a kernel patch to
      > enable support.

      No offense intended, but I think you are wrong. Mini-pci seems to look
      like PCI to the kernel. I did not have to do any patches or anything
      at all really with this card and Redhat 7.0 on my i8K. It just worked,
      and it works well, I might add - I am able to saturate a 100 MB full-duplex
      link (in one direction, I doubt the acks are saturating the other direction)
      when using scp to copy highly compressed multi-hundred megabyte files
      to/from a Sun E450.

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      Message: 24
      Date: Sat, 31 Mar 2001 02:25:57 -0600
      From: David Rodriguez
      Subject: Windows question

      Hi,

      I know that this is a linux forum, and the question is related
      to Windows (mainly), but I just wonder if someone knows this.

      I use windows sparingly (about once or twice a week) but I am
      getting the feeling that the system is dieing (It won't start any MS
      Office program - only tried twice PowerPoint and Word, device drivers
      change by themselves - mouse/touchpad/PS2 port disapears and comes back)
      So I figured that the best thing would be deleting it and reinstalling
      from the dell CD, but I don't know whether the recovery CD will run
      over my linux partitions, where I do have data.

      Does anyone know how the recovery CD works?
      Does it repartition
      and reformat the HD?
      Will it complain because I shrinked the Windows
      partition?
      and the most important: will it kill my linux system?

      Thanks for your info, and again sorry for the out of topic
      question,

      David

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      Message: 25
      Date: Sat, 31 Mar 2001 04:13:22 -0500
      From: Lee Sheng
      Subject: Re: Windows question

      I have used the recovery CD that came with my i3800, and if I recall
      correctly there are several options for the recovery. I believe that there
      is a full recovery, partition recovery, and a windows reinstall option. The
      windows reinstall option definately doesn't do anything to your linux
      install, though it might not fix your problems, but is worth a shot anyways.

      Hope this helps.

      Lee

      On Sat, Mar 31, 2001 at 02:25:57AM -0600, David Rodriguez wrote:
      > Hi,
      >
      > I know that this is a linux forum, and the question is related
      > to Windows (mainly), but I just wonder if someone knows this.
      >
      > I use windows sparingly (about once or twice a week) but I am
      > getting the feeling that the system is dieing (It won't start any MS
      > Office program - only tried twice PowerPoint and Word, device drivers
      > change by themselves - mouse/touchpad/PS2 port disapears and comes back)
      > So I figured that the best thing would be deleting it and reinstalling
      > from the dell CD, but I don't know whether the recovery CD will run
      > over my linux partitions, where I do have data.
      >
      > Does anyone know how the recovery CD works?
      Does it repartition
      > and reformat the HD?
      Will it complain because I shrinked the Windows
      > partition?
      and the most important: will it kill my linux system?
      >
      > Thanks for your info, and again sorry for the out of topic
      > question,
      >
      > David

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