3C920 NETWORK DRIVER

I did not specify it but I am using lubuntu I said – maybe it’s Puppy – let me try Ubuntu again – after a few burned discs – I used the alternative ISO and was finally able to make a clean install of Precise. Installing with wired connection is the way to go. In the course of my messing around with Ubuntu – I was ambitious enough to try setting up a fax service on the machine – and messed up the whole shebang so much so that my update manager would never pop up and anything I minimized never went to the taskbar. I tried transferring a 10gB file and it stopped before it reached 1gB and appeared that it was disconnected. I have seen a few folks with unclaimed wired ethernet issues but the theme is common with the wireless issues – i. It still only recognizes the Xircom but not the built in NIC.

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I did not specify it but I am using lubuntu Again, first you should reinstall using a supported operative system like the two posted above.

3c920, 3Com 3c920 BeOS driver

Never having upgraded from Ibex, my system was in stasis until a couple of weeks ago. So to recap – IRQ is ok, 3c59x module is loaded, blacklist is negative but ethernet is still showing unclaimed.

I have seen a few folks with unclaimed wired ethernet issues but the theme is common with the wireless issues – i. I would consider a Pentium 3 too old for any useful purpose, but if you want to run something Lubuntu Puppy recognized the Xircom card at least and I was able to work from there.

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I tried the ubuntu manual which talked about adding vx, ep or ie but could not find those drivers. I was willing to live with the Xircom until I discovered that the connection was not persistent. Hi, welcome to the fora. Nothing – hopefully it was just the media – but since I was going to reinstall might as well use one that 3920 apt for such an old machine. I tried learning Linux on the machine but also networj it as file and print server.

I tried manually starting update manager and succeeded.

Updated some files and after reboot, I lost my ethernet connection. Installing with wired connection is the way to go. I tried transferring a 10gB file and it stopped before it reached 1gB and appeared that it was disconnected.

Not even the Xircom was firing up. First step is using the latest software. I checked the blacklist as nrtwork and the 3c59x driver was not in there. I am trying neetwork resurrect the 3com wired connection I have – 33c920, the Xircom is working – it still has persistency issues.

I installed Puppy – initially, I was working off the built in NIC but for some reason, that connection got lost. I manually added the 3c59x module to startup and I know it loads because I see it when I lsmod. I chalked it up as the system was so compromised, I probably needed to reinstall the OS – I went back to my archives and found my old Dapper CDs and tried to reinstall.

I am trying to keep this laptop alive for both sentimental and educational purposes. I believe I installed Dapper on it and upgraded it up to Intrepid. In the course of my messing around with Ubuntu – I was ambitious ntwork to try setting up a fax service on the machine – and messed up the whole shebang so much so that my update manager would never pop up and anything I minimized never went to the taskbar.

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I have searched the forum high and low but most of the unclaimed issues seem to be driver related – drivers that were not included in the base kernel did I say that right? Apologies for the long story – but the question is – is there anything netaork I can do?

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I have the linux drivers and tried installing but got an error that said the driver was not built for the Kernel 3. It still only recognizes the Xircom but not the built in NIC. Thanks for the welcome! I said – maybe it’s Puppy – let me try Ubuntu again – after a few burned discs – I used the alternative ISO and was finally able to make a clean install of Precise.

I dunno about useful purpose – but it was performing well when I use it as a print and file server.