Or is there something wrong in my config? Although I am comfortable with computers and networking overall, this has me stumped. All times are GMT I am assuming it will work with Ubuntu but would like to know if there is a Ubuntu driver for the 3com 3cb NIC. It doesn’t look so. January 2nd, 7. See full activity log.
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There may be bugs if you are on the latest kernel update, though. December 30th, 1. Then booted Knoppix-Linux 3. Toni Helenius toni-helenius wrote on Having a problem logging in? Boot off the floppy and set the speed of the ethernet to mbs full duplex. Your suggestion did not seem to work.
January 2nd, 8. Are you new to LinuxQuestions. Those old 3com cards could be set with a dos floppy if you have a floppy drive I think the disk is still available on linus coms web site. Join Date Jan Beans 1, What version of Xubuntu are you using? The light did not turn on again.
So I had to do an “ifconfig eth0 down” and “ifconfig eth0 up”; then it works. And that happend to me after I plugged it into my PC: Previously the computer had Kubuntu Edgy, and the network adapter worked.
Through my own work and the help of others on these forums, we have concluded that the bare. I have the redhat driver 3c90x I am still unable to get the card recognized by 33c905b. Originally Posted by Jose Catre-Vandis.
Is 3Com 3C905B-TX-NM Linux friendly?
[ubuntu] Installing 3com 3cb NIC in Ubuntu
I am assuming it will work with Ubuntu but would like to know if there is a Ubuntu driver for the 3com 3cb NIC. BB code is On. The time now is