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Description of problem:
Immediatly i configure network settings in network install, and after installer
loads ext3 and lvm modules, instalation hangs.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1.Have a box with D845WN motherboard
2.attempt a network NFS install with onboard nic with bootnet.img floppy
3.observe consoles on F3 and F4
Actual Results: I've started to get a lot of eepro100_wait_for_cmd_done!
timeouts and instalation stopped.
Expected Results: This wait_for_cmd_done problem is really a long standing one
... almost every new kind of intel network card gets hit by it, untill the
eepro100 driver is adopted to it.
I found intel's e100 driver much more reliable in various situations ... Would
you mind putting a choice between eepro100 and e100 on the install floppy?
This appears to be a kernel issue.
Some clarification: the box was connected to the 3COM FMS TP HUB (3c16271) when
this happend. Plugging it into cisco catalyst 2916 worked perfectly OK.
So i assume there must be something wrong at the link negotiation or the
eepro100 driver doesnt really like talking to this particular hub.
I have a similar problem. My motherboard is an Intel D845BG with an integrated
LAN device using an 82562ET controller. I installed the system using CDs, so
the installation went well and the system ran fine until the phone company
installed an ADSL hub. After the introduction of a network, the system started
locking up at random times when I was using the network (SSH client, Mozilla).
In this case, lockup = no keyboard or mouse response, only the reset button
would work. Last night I switched to the e100 driver and the system hasn't
encountered any problems so far.
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