thank you for fixing the e1000.0 driver. i was wondering if you could help me
mount the initdisk image file off of the udpcast floppy 20030524 so i can add a
new driver for the zircom combo cards we have. i can mount the image a see
where all the drivers are but i can't change anything because i get an error
that the image is read only. all i want to do see remove the drivers i don't
need and add the one that i will make the next two months of summer imaging
fast. any help would be great. just for info. i am running redhat 9, been
useing udp for about 1 year and i am a linux user not a linux programer, so if
you could give some details in the instructions. but most of all thank you for
the e1000.0 drive.
Alamance-burlington school system
A new alpha release of udpcast is ready on
It fixes a bug with network modules which were not directly in the
drivers/net directory, but rather in one of its
subdirectories. Impacted were e100, e1000, tulip, some pcmcia drivers,
and some wireless drivers.
Moreover, the new version now supports the lzop compressor, which is
faster than gzip.
There is now also support for ipmac files to make it possible to
"automatically" attribute IP addresses to the various receivers even
without a DHCP server.
For this, simply place an ipmac.txt file into the root of the boot
floppy, whith the mac to ip mapping.
# Udpcast IP/Mac association file
This means that the machine with the MAC address 00:5B:56:4b:42:9a
should get IP 10.0.0.176, etc.
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(John Allison )