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Corry

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    Where is my SATA DVDROM?
    Hi all, during SUSE 10 setup on my HP 6000 Sff machine it didn't recognize the integrated SATA DVDROM, so I connected an usb external one and installed with it. Now I would like to use the internal one but I have no idea on how to mount it as I didn't see it anywhere in the dev folder... could be a driver issue? how can I install the correct drivers? where to look for? To add some info... I tried dmesg and there is no reference to any cdrom I tried lspci and there is no reference to any cdrom thanks regards
    Link to this post 09 Aug 10

    Hi all,
    during SUSE 10 setup on my HP 6000 Sff machine it didn't recognize the integrated SATA DVDROM, so I connected an usb external one and installed with it.

    Now I would like to use the internal one but I have no idea on how to mount it as I didn't see it anywhere in the dev folder... could be a driver issue? how can I install the correct drivers? where to look for?

    To add some info...
    I tried dmesg and there is no reference to any cdrom
    I tried lspci and there is no reference to any cdrom

    thanks
    regards

  • Corry
    Integrated Intel NIC card disappear after rebootin
    Hi all, I'm absolutely new to Linux... here my issue: SUSE during setup didn't see my HP Compaq 6000 integrated NIC card (Intel 82567LM chipset) No problem, I downloaded the driver source from Intel site, and compiled it as a RPM package using rpmbuild. It worked immediately. The problem now is that after reboot the nic disappear! If a try an"ifconfig" I see only the lo interface. Then simply going in Yast, Network card, use "Network Manager", I see the intel nic in the list, I click "finish" and the NIC is working fine again....:huh: So it seems there is something missing to automatically start the nic during boot sequence I suppose... any idea? :unsure: thanks
    Link to this post 06 Aug 10

    Hi all, I'm absolutely new to Linux... here my issue:

    SUSE during setup didn't see my HP Compaq 6000 integrated NIC card (Intel 82567LM chipset)

    No problem, I downloaded the driver source from Intel site, and compiled it as a RPM package using rpmbuild.
    It worked immediately.

    The problem now is that after reboot the nic disappear!
    If a try an"ifconfig" I see only the lo interface.

    Then simply going in Yast, Network card, use "Network Manager", I see the intel nic in the list, I click "finish" and the NIC is working fine again....:huh:

    So it seems there is something missing to automatically start the nic during boot sequence I suppose...

    any idea? :unsure:
    thanks

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