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  1. tulip_cb.o lost

    Hi there !

    in my efforts to get my EtherJet card working on my old Thinkpad on
    RedHat 7.2, I have mistakenly erased "tulip_cb.o". How can I recuperate
    that file ? HOw can i generate another one ?

    Thanks in advance for any help

  2. Re: tulip_cb.o lost

    On Sat, 04 Oct 2008, in the Usenet newsgroup comp.os.linux.networking
    in article and in the Usenet
    newsgroup comp.os.linux.setup in article
    , Bernard wrote:

    [Please do not post the same article to multiple newsgroups.]

    >in my efforts to get my EtherJet card working on my old Thinkpad on
    >RedHat 7.2, I have mistakenly erased "tulip_cb.o". How can I recuperate
    >that file ? HOw can i generate another one ?


    That file MAY have been part of the kernel, or pcmcia support package:

    9609647 Sep 7 16:29 kernel-2.4.7-10.i386.rpm
    287679 Sep 7 16:30 kernel-pcmcia-cs-3.1.27-10.i386.rpm

    that's the 7 year old "out-of-box" packages

    kernel-2.4.20-30.7.legacy.i386.rpm 21-Feb-2004 03:07 12M

    but I don't see a kernel-pcmcia-cs package on the errata list. Ahh,
    run the command ' rpm -qf /path/to/tulip_cb.o ' and that will tell
    you which package the missing file came from. If you have that package
    and 'midnight commander'

    903764 Sep 7 16:49 gmc-4.5.51-36.i386.rpm
    1507098 Sep 7 16:49 mc-4.5.51-36.i386.rpm

    gmc 4.5.51 The GNOME version of the Midnight Commander file manager.
    mc 4.5.51 A user-friendly file manager and visual shell.

    you can use that utility to extract the file from the appropriate rpm.

    Good Luck!

    Old guy

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