[CentOS] Help me
slinuxworld at gmail.com
Wed Aug 27 03:17:35 UTC 2008
Yes I know what I've said might be little dangerous but I got
same kind of problem in my CentOS system and it was nothing to do with the
ISPConfig or anything but it was my net drivers but after installing the
proper once I didn't got that problem ever again. So that's why I gave him
this solution. And the other thing if you know more or a better way just
tall him don't try to correct others ok.
On Tue, Aug 26, 2008 at 2:52 PM, Ian Forde <ian at duckland.org> wrote:
> On Tue, 2008-08-26 at 13:39 +0530, Sadaruwan Samaraweera wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I think you need to get the proper device drivers not the generic
> > ones that comes with the CentOS. Try updating your drivers or
> > sometimes when you install a vendor driver or any other driver after a
> > kernel update or a full system update you've to reinstall the drivers,
> > It can recompile tt self to mach the new kernel. So try updating or
> > getting a new driver from the vendor.
> Without more information on the specific issue, the advice you just gave
> regarding using vendor drivers can be extraordinarily dangerous. I
> would recommend:
> 1. OP giving more info (like, for example, specifics on the problem, hw
> config, etc...)
> 2. Patching CentOS
> before offering any solutions that can lead one down a painful path...
> as an example, many vendors defer to the network drivers offered in the
> kernel and have deprecated their own. Nvidia, for one, comes to mind...
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