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Re: [SLUG] Changed Motherboard
- To: "Mike MacCana" <mikem@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: [SLUG] Changed Motherboard
- From: "Simon Bryan" <sbryan@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 24 Feb 2004 19:41:56 +1100 (EST)
- Cc: slug@xxxxxxxxxxx
- Reply-to: sbryan@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
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Mike MacCana said:
> On Tue, 24 Feb 2004, Simon Bryan wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> I had RH9 setup on a MicroPro rack mounitng server. However one of the
>> NIC's failed and they have replaced the motherboard. However when I boot
>> up now eth0 and eth1 both fail with messages that they 'don't appear to
>> present, delaying initilization' and the EEPROM checksum is invalid (I
>> think the latter is related to enabling the boot roms in CMOS). They
>> assure me that is exactly the same Motherboard and versions etc. The
>> are 100/1GB.
>> How do I go about getting RH to re-install the NIC's?
> Are the networks cards inbuilt or installed in a slot? Their configuration
> may have been bound to their MAC address.
They are built into the motherboard. Possibly what config file would hold
> Has kudzu been run since the motherboard was reinstalled?
Forgot to mention, when first boted Kudzu said a card had been removed, I
said OK, it then said it found some cards, I said OK, it then offered to
copy over the network configuration, I agreed with that as well.
Rebooting since (checking CMOS settings) kudzu runs during bootup but
doesn't find anything, if I run it after bootup it also doesn't find