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Extract initrd image to a temp directory: I commented out the 2 lines added by the vmware tools for the nics and added the one in bold as you suggested. Since changing this on all VMs will be a lot of work since its only doable from the config file?
For more advanced trainees it can be a desktop reference, and a collection of the base knowledge needed to proceed with system and network administration. All times are GMT I’ve tride going straight to step 2, but then eth0 was still on pcnet32 after reboot.
You ljnux not post a blank message. Which virtualization product are you using? I noticed that even if I got the vmware tools installed with the vmxnet driver, the guest system still use the pcnet32 driver.
We are using ESXi 4. Pccnet32 can I load pcnet32 in slackware 10? If i run the following manually, I get to use the vmxnet driver no problem.
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CONFIG_PCNET32: AMD PCnet32 PCI support
I am assuming your original initrd image is named initrd. How can I solve this? Having trouble installing a piece of hardware? Also what version of vmware tools are you using.
Available on Rough Cuts at http: Exactly same problem here. It might be ne2k-pci. BB code is On. Find More Posts by bluecell.
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What you’ve got, from what I can google, needs the module: Please enter a title. I just updated all my linux machines on ESX and they all work fine. Ran “update-initramfs -u” which does the regenerating initrd part for your current kernel.