[linux-help] Re: DLINK DFE-530TX+ & Debian 2.2.18pre12
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I found the disk that came with my 530TX+ and it has the rtl8139.c driver.
Also found the following comments. Apparently the 530tx and the 530tx+ use
different drivers. The 8139 driver should work with your card.
D-Link 530TX and D-Link 530TX+ NICs fine cards, but... posted by anonymous
Comment: Both cards work great, but don't let the very similar names fool
you. The TX uses the via-rhine driver and the TX+ uses the RealTek
driver. FYI the TX+ is a WOL card. TX's are pretty cheap. I've
seen them as low as $15.00. Anon
Installed two DLINK 530TX+ in a future firewall box and
everything went perfect. I used the RealTek driver, provided with card, and
Slackware 7.0, kernel 2.2.13. Only had to compile the provided driver
(instructions included w/cards), repeat the rc.inet1 script for the second
ethernet interface and check the routing tables. That's it!
Bruce Bales wrote:
> Did some searching on the web and everything I found says the DFE-530tx
> uses the via-rhine driver. My notes say I used the rtl8139, but the
> machine is not available to check out right now.
> Was it the via-rhine driver that came with the board?
> Actually, it's quite difficult to persuade people
> that you are bombing them for their own good.
> ---Molly Ivins
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Actually, it's quite difficult to persuade people
that you are bombing them for their own good.
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