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Reg. Eth0 [message #11217] Thu, 15 March 2007 12:10 Go to next message
padmajarv is currently offline  padmajarv
Messages: 2
Registered: March 2007
Location: US
Junior Member
Hi,
I have PC with centos 2.6.9-42.0.2.EL.
till yesterday it was working fine. yesterday I had to load Nistnet and it
requires a RTC module. So I had to load this REal time Clock module from
make menuconfig under device drivers, character devices, RTC. After this I
did make modules_install and rebooted the PC . Now, when I start the PC, it
shows

Applying Intel Microcode update: FATAL: Module microcode not found
Error: module microcode does not exist in /proc/modules
the other error is dev eth0 has different MAC address than expected, so
ignoring.

At times it shows : device eth0 does not seem to be present, delaying
initialization.


i did /sbin/ifconfig and saw that there is no eth0 related info. only loop
back interface is present.
I also tried to do /sbin/ifup eth0 but it is not found. in the lspci, the
driver for ethernet is REaltek 8139 and
these modules are present in /lib/modules. however, if i try to do depmod
and then modprobe 8139too.ko, the message is
FATAL: Module 8139too not found. if i do lsmod or /proc/modules.conf, i dont
see the eth0 related modules there. Please
tell me what I should do? There is some sunrpc for which also the module is
missing. At present I am unable to connect this
pc to the rest of the network. The dmesg command gives a lot of output but
there is no way I can send that to u as it is out
of network now. Waiting for your reply

Thanks in advance,
Padmaja
Re: Reg. Eth0 [message #11230 is a reply to message #11217] Thu, 15 March 2007 16:46 Go to previous message
dev is currently offline  dev
Messages: 1693
Registered: September 2005
Location: Moscow
Senior Member

1. You can always reboot to the previous kernel (until you replaced
or removed it). Keep in mind for future, that keeping previous stable
kernel is always a good idea.
2. I guess you probably:
a) have incorrect .config file.
b) or you somehow incorrectly compiled/installed the kernel.
How did you build the kernel? Provide all the details about every step please.

Thanks,
Kirill

padmaja venkata wrote:
> Hi,
> I have PC with centos 2.6.9-42.0.2.EL.
> till yesterday it was working fine. yesterday I had to load Nistnet and
> it requires a RTC module. So I had to load this REal time Clock module
> from make menuconfig under device drivers, character devices, RTC. After
> this I did make modules_install and rebooted the PC . Now, when I start
> the PC, it shows
>
> Applying Intel Microcode update: FATAL: Module microcode not found
> Error: module microcode does not exist in /proc/modules
> the other error is dev eth0 has different MAC address than expected, so
> ignoring.
>
> At times it shows : device eth0 does not seem to be present, delaying
> initialization.
>
>
> i did /sbin/ifconfig and saw that there is no eth0 related info. only
> loop back interface is present.
> I also tried to do /sbin/ifup eth0 but it is not found. in the lspci,
> the driver for ethernet is REaltek 8139 and
> these modules are present in /lib/modules. however, if i try to do
> depmod and then modprobe 8139too.ko, the message is
> FATAL: Module 8139too not found. if i do lsmod or /proc/modules.conf, i
> dont see the eth0 related modules there. Please
> tell me what I should do? There is some sunrpc for which also the module
> is missing. At present I am unable to connect this
> pc to the rest of the network. The dmesg command gives a lot of output
> but there is no way I can send that to u as it is out
> of network now. Waiting for your reply
>
> Thanks in advance,
> Padmaja
>
>
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