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Email Required, but never shown. Exactly same problem here. Ran “update-initramfs -u” which does the regenerating initrd part for your current kernel.
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CONFIG_PCNET32: AMD PCnet32 PCI support
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If you’d like to contribute content, let us know. I noticed that even if I got the vmware tools installed with the vmxnet driver, the guest system still use the pcnet32 driver.
Thanks for any input.
I commented out the 2 lines added by the vmware tools for the nics and added the one in bold as you suggested. BB code is On. Linux – Hardware This forum is for Hardware issues. VMware vmxnet virtual NIC driver release 3.
Please enter a title. The update did not fix the issue for my debian guests. Please visit this page to clear all LQ-related cookies. Firstly you should be using vmxnet linix pcnet32, secondly it’s what are you doing with 5.
Linux Kernel Driver DataBase: CONFIG_PCNET AMD PCnet32 PCI support
I am running Linux CentOS 5. The time now is But for liux, it only worked when I did both: Also what version of vmware tools are you using.
After modifying the file, I ran update-modules and rebooted the machine and I still have pcnet32 being used by the nic. Now everything works fine. I just updated all my linux machines on ESX and they all work fine. Post as a guest Name. Extract initrd image to a temp directory: Want to know if that peripheral is compatible with Linux?