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    nic driver for Hp Ml 110 g2.

    Hi i have an server of

    Hp Ml 110 g2.I have installed red hat linux 7.3 which is customised.The drivers were not avialable with the cd.I serached the net but there were drivers for HP ProLiant ML110 (2.6-3.2GHz) series.
    Mines is the G2 series.

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    First of all, please, DO NOT cross post. Many of us look in almost all forums so if you post on only one, you will get the answer.

    Secondly, you need to check what is your NIC card. Most of us do not specilized in HP hardware so that we may not know exactly what NIC your specific model use. You will have to figure out what NIC model is and we may be able to point you to the right direction.
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    I searched HP site for you and found the following all of which are for HP Proliant ML110 G2 but one is just server and another is storage server.

    I'm taking that yours is just a tower server.
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    hp ml 110

    ya mines is a tower server ,i wiil try ur links

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    Here is a little trick I find useful when trying to find what drivers to use under linux:

    1. From a command prompt, run the command
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    lscpi
    . This should show the type of hardware you have on the machine, as seen by your linux kernel.
    2. Take the information you found about the hardware by using the lspci command, and go to Google. In there, type "***** + linux" where ***** is the hardware name you found by using the lspci command.

    Hope that helps!
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    ml 110 g2

    hi compunuts,i tried the link u gave but the drivers r for linux 3 and i have installed red hat 7.3 .i tried using the same ,but it doesn't work.
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    i tried the /sbin/lspci command as given by trickster,and could oberve the hardware devices.Nice utility

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    Quote Originally Posted by s_hcl
    the drivers r for linux 3
    Hah ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Compunuts
    Hah ?
    The provided drivers are for Red Had Advanced Server 3 & 4.
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    Can you post the output of the lspci command?
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    His problem had been sloved, by the power of multiple posting and cross posting.
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