The cd that came with the motherboard only has drivers for Windows OS and none of the Red Hat included ethernet types are working. Give them your parts list and jumper settings. I found an rpm that I’m going to attempt to install. Asus’s Tech Support email address: Assuming the compile and install goes without errors you’ll need the kernel source package for the exact kernel you’re running for it to work so be sure to grab and install it beforehand then you should be able use Red Hat’s tools to set up and configure the LAN interface.
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When the system does bootup, you see something quite interesting All times are GMT Select “Device Manager” page.
ASUS A7N266-VM, Socket A, AMD (A7N266-VM/LAN/AA) Motherboard
Well, I know that nVidia has Linux drivers for nForce I have built and shipped well over of these boards and have not had 1 single board returned. You are currently viewing LQ as a guest. I then followed the instructions in X: Getting back to reality here, if none of the nVidia RPMs for q7n266 nvnet LAN driver work because you’re using a newer version of the kernel than they were compiled for you’re left with little recourse but to download the source manually and compile it yourself.
Is the memory the same memory that Asus tested with this board? Yet to some people I still know nothing Once that is set properly then blue skys appear Which brings up my next point. Any information on this would be helpful.
If you still can’t get the board work or any board vk that matter then return it. Introduction to Linux – A Hands on Guide This guide was created as an overview of the Linux Operating System, geared toward new users as an exploration tour and getting started guide, with exercises at the end of each chapter.
ASUS A7NVM – motherboard – micro ATX – Socket A – nForce D Overview – CNET
I think it’s a great board, easy setup, and just downright nifty! Click on the DOS screen on the right to check out the poop. Sun Jan 05, 8: Problem with onboard lan. So all you have to do is write Asus an email.
Others here can elaborate on that more than me. All I have to say is if you are having any problems then read the manual AGAIN and go to Asus’s website and review all the technical specs about the board. Originally posted on August 12th, Yorkshire it’s grim oop north Registered: A7n2666 a problem logging in?
I wouldn’t stake my reputation on aa7n266 being trueNvidia have good drivers for several Unixish operating systems, so I’d imagine Linux would be one of them. Will it be a hassle? From what I’ve read on the other sites most people with problems are hardly experienced in the art of building a computer and haven’t done their homework.
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Give them your parts list and jumper settings. Asus shipped my boards with jumpers wrong that’s all.
No beeps or anything. The Mother Board Motherboards.
Otherwise you might look into the tulip driver. My lna is that with Win98 you have to load the drivers manually. Sun Jan 05, 7: This is how I proceeded: