My experiences with six new Dell 2650's and RedHat Linux 7.2
Arjan Van de Ven
arjanv at redhat.com
Wed Aug 7 05:56:01 CDT 2002
On Tue, Aug 06, 2002 at 04:09:19PM -0400, Russo, Ben wrote:
> found that there is no bcm5700 module support built into the
> modules dir for the standard RedHat kernel?
Huh? Please look again, we do ship bcm5700
> Is there a way to take the standard RedHat kernel source and apply
> the patches just for aacraid and bcm5700? If so where would I get those
> patches? Or even better yet, does Dell have the newer stable kernels in
> binary RPM form somewhere?
the PCI option hack shouldn't ever have been done and is not needed in newer
> I ended up disabling the broadcom adapters in the BIOS and putting
> in a PCI 3Com card that works with no problems. But it is a shame to
> waste those two on board NIC's and have to use a PCI slot for no
> good reason.
You can cheat and install the 7.3 kernel and use the tg3 driver for
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