#centos - Tue 17 Apr 2007 between 01:46 and 02:00

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wolfybieb: forcedeth.c is a source file, it has to be compiled
biebwolfy, I think forcedeth.c was installed during an rpm -ivh of the nvidia package
wolfyFWITW, on older distros I've never managed to make the builtin driver work, I downloaded the driver from their site and installed it
biebthat is the only reason I pointed it out
Wolfy.. I downloaded it from Nvidia.. from here...http://www.nvidia.com/object/linux_nforce_1.21.html
wolfyand what is 4_U6 ? U4 is the current version AFAIK, with U5 pending release
biebmy bad it is 4_U4
wolfy.c is a C source
biebok
wolfylemme look at it
biebcool
wolfyIF you are using kernel 2.6.9-42 you could use the included nvlan rpm
un1x01dthat's why i got rid of my nforce and got my self an intel
wolfyun1x01d: they do work OK, I have several
un1x01dtoo much of a hassle tho
i liek to plug and pray
bieb2.6.9-22.EL
wolfyinstall the rpm for 4.2
nvlan-rhel4.2-0.60-1.21
biebfrom that package in the nvidia link?
wolfyit's in the same zip
the zip is a huge crap of rpms
biebin rhel4_u2?
wolfypacked together for all suse, rh and fedora users
in order to make sure they will never be able to upgrade the kernel
bieb:D
wolfybieb: yes, over there
biebok.. should I add a --force or --replace to the rpm -ivh command? Since I have attempted to install the on in rhel4_u4
wolfyrpm -e old one
rpm -i correct_one
you could use --replace
maybe
biebwhich is a the better way to do it?
wolfyI am too lazy to verify their scripts
bieblol
wolfyactually you can try --force, it just copies a file under /lib/modules
so it shouldn't break anything... hopefully
I wonder who told them to use /etc/rc.modules
instead of /etc/modules.conf
biebok.. I ran rpm -i nvlan.blah.blah

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