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carnauser
01-02-2008, 03:37
Ho installato su una motherboard Asus p4s800d-e deluxe kubuntu.
Quando installa il sistema operativo sembra vedere la scheda di rete. Una volta installata nulla

Sul sito ( http://support.asus.com/download/download.aspx?SLanguage=en-us ) da dei driver.

Ora...anche volendo...


4.1 Driver Installation

The following steps describe the actions that are required to install
the driver and to start it manually. These steps should be carried
out for the initial driver setup. Once confirmed to be ok, they can
be included in the system start.

NOTE 1: To perform the following tasks you need 'root' access.

NOTE 2: In case of problems, please read the section "Troubleshooting"
below.

The driver can either be integrated into the kernel or it can be compiled
as a module. Select the appropriate option during the kernel
configuration.

Compile/use the driver as a module
----------------------------------
To compile the driver, go to the directory /usr/src/linux and
execute the command "make menuconfig" or "make xconfig" and proceed as
follows:

To integrate the driver permanently into the kernel, proceed as follows:

1. Select the menu "Network device support" and then "Ethernet(1000Mbit)"
2. Mark "Marvell Yukon Chipset / SysKonnect SK-98xx family support"
with (*)
3. Build a new kernel when the configuration of the above options is
finished.
4. Install the new kernel.
5. Reboot your system.

To use the driver as a module, proceed as follows:

1. Enable 'loadable module support' in the kernel.
2. For automatic driver start, enable the 'Kernel module loader'.
3. Select the menu "Network device support" and then "Ethernet(1000Mbit)"
4. Mark "Marvell Yukon Chipset / SysKonnect SK-98xx family support"
with (M)
5. Execute the command "make modules".
6. Execute the command "make modules_install".
The appropiate modules will be installed.
7. Reboot your system.


Load the module manually
------------------------
To load the module manually, proceed as follows:

1. Enter "modprobe sk98lin".
2. If a Marvell Yukon or SysKonnect SK-98xx adapter is installed in
your computer and you have a /proc file system, execute the command:
"ls /proc/net/sk98lin/"
This should produce an output containing a line with the following
format:
eth0 eth1 ...
which indicates that your adapter has been found and initialized.

NOTE 1: If you have more than one Marvell Yukon or SysKonnect SK-98xx
adapter installed, the adapters will be listed as 'eth0',
'eth1', 'eth2', etc.
For each adapter, repeat steps 3 and 4 below.

NOTE 2: If you have other Ethernet adapters installed, your Marvell
Yukon or SysKonnect SK-98xx adapter will be mapped to the
next available number, e.g. 'eth1'. The mapping is executed
automatically.
The module installation message (displayed either in a system
log file or on the console) prints a line for each adapter
found containing the corresponding 'ethX'.

3. Select an IP address and assign it to the respective adapter by
entering:
ifconfig eth0 <ip-address>
With this command, the adapter is connected to the Ethernet.

SK-98xx Gigabit Ethernet Server Adapters: The yellow LED on the adapter
is now active, the link status LED of the primary port is active and
the link status LED of the secondary port (on dual port adapters) is
blinking (if the ports are connected to a switch or hub).
SK-98xx V2.0 Gigabit Ethernet Adapters: The link status LED is active.
In addition, you will receive a status message on the console stating
"ethX: network connection up using port Y" and showing the selected
connection parameters (x stands for the ethernet device number
(0,1,2, etc), y stands for the port name (A or B)).

NOTE: If you are in doubt about IP addresses, ask your network
administrator for assistance.

4. Your adapter should now be fully operational.
Use 'ping <otherstation>' to verify the connection to other computers
on your network.
5. To check the adapter configuration view /proc/net/sk98lin/[devicename].
For example by executing:
"cat /proc/net/sk98lin/eth0"

Unload the module
-----------------
To stop and unload the driver modules, proceed as follows:

1. Execute the command "ifconfig eth0 down".
2. Execute the command "rmmod sk98lin".



qualcuno pu tradurmelo in comandi da scrivere nella shell... :dh: :dh: :dh:

francofait
01-02-2008, 10:10
Stringato stringato , ti dice di fare la soloti procedura indispensapile per installare nuovi driver nel kernel.
Prima di tutto assicurati che i driver non siano gi presenti , se ci sono ma non vengono caricati al boot del SO , li inserisci nella lista sul file /etc/modules. e riavvi
se non ci sono , devi prima installare l' header del kernel della tua distro , poi prendi i sorgenti , li compili e li installi con la classica procedura di tutti i programmi in formato sorgente.
Anche in questo caso poi metti la chiamata al nuovo driver in /etc/modules e riavvi

mykol
01-02-2008, 11:00
apri una console, dai il comando

sudo modprobe sk98lin

se non ottieni risposta, vuol dire che l'ha caricato; se ti da un messaggio d'errore, significa che non lo trova e quindi lo devi compilare.

Se lo carica, puoi rendere automatico il caricamento all'avvio, scrivendo

sk98lin

nel file /etc/modules, in una riga successiva all'ultima presente.

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