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SubjectRe: Integrated ethernet on SiS chipset doesn't work
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On Saturday 10 July 2004 19:35, Jean Francois Martinez wrote:
> I have a friend who owns a computer manufactured by Medion and who
> sports an MSI motherboard who has a SiS chipset. The MSI motherboard
> seems to have ben made specially for Medion since it isn't
> referenced on MSI's site. The problems is that the integrated ethernet
> doesn't work at all under Linux be it with 2.4 or 2.6 kernel. He can't
> ping or connect to other boxes. His ethernet works when he boots
> Windows.
>
> I include the output of lspci

I have an Medion computer either and nearly the same components. Did you
enabled SiS900 support in kernel? Can you attach the dmesg output?
The only curios thing with the onboard sis900 chip is, that it does not work
in 100Mb full-duplex mode with the stable kernel tree, but there is a patch
included in -mm patchset, which makes sis900 working in 100Mb full-duplex
mode too.

greets dominik
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