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Old 7th January 2006, 09:33 PM
eddygazilion Offline
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Previously working ACX won't connect?

Not sure why, but after installing NVIDIA drivers (not sure if this is the problem or not, but it could be a possibility) my previously working ACX driver install doesn't work anymore. I hadn't changed any settings at all, it just won't connect now. I tried swapping the card with a card that we knew for sure worked and had the same problem, so it isn't a hardware thing.

Kernel: 2.6.13-1.1532_FC4 (the latest thing I had working with my ACX drivers)
ACX driver version: acx100-0.2.0pre8_plus_fixes_57

Recently installed kernel modules, might be a link to the problem, might not.
NVIDIA kernel module from linva
NVIDIA proprietary module from NVIDIA (the .run download)

If anyone has a clue as to what is going on or needs more information, let me know. Thanks!

P.S. Attached are my start_net script and some various output.
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