Paul Nasrat schrieb:I had the problem ever since the RHL beta phase 1, which turned into
Fedora Core. I ditched the boomerang card and installed a 3Com
Corporation 3c905C-TX/TX-M [Tornado] (rev 74) card instead. I had a
REV A for the Boomerang card. I believe the newer version is much
like the boomerang, except it is a REV B.
On Sat, Aug 28, 2004 at 09:41:18AM +0200, dragoran wrote:I now this but i want to test fc3 test2 when it comes out. in fc2
(which I am using now) i have disabled kudzu to get it working. Now
I want to know if this could cause problems when using udev (because
it needs to probe all hardware at boot time)
Does udev works when kudzu is disabled?
I am asking this because i have to disable kudzu to get my network
car (3com) working.
I'd guess this is completely unrelated to udev:
rpm -q --whatrequires udev
rpm -q --whatrequires hal
rpm -q --whatrequires kudzu
If I'm reading the trail correctly. Hal requires udev, which requires
Out of curiousity, does hotplug work for you now?
Also, checking for udev with rpm. I got multiple packages for udev.
rpm -q udev
[jim cornette-fc3 ~]$ rpm -e --justdb udev-030-7
error: package udev-030-7 is not installed
[jim cornette-fc3 ~]$ rpm -q udev
[jim cornette-fc3 ~]$ rpm -q --verify udev
nothing came back from the verify. I hope things are correct now.
I'd say get another NIC.