Mon Sep 28 21:33:24 BST 2009
'lspci' command and post it to the list.. it will tell us what
ethernet device the
kernel. (A USB stick might help getting the file off.)
lspci > lspci-data.txt
Then copy the file lspci-data.txt, and email it here.
On Sat, Oct 10, 2009 at 9:47 PM, Michael Harold
<mike.harold at optusnet.com> wrote:
> Hi the List,
> Recently upgraded my desk-top with a Gigabyte S-series GA-G31M-ES2L
> complete with a Pentium E6300 dual core processor. The new BIOS is an
> Award Modular v6.00PG version FB.
> Ubuntu 9.04 loaded quickly from the CD so I thought "Great!" - Wrong!
> The only way the OS loads is if the System disk (Ubuntu 9.04) is in the
> CD tray. Then I can choose "Boot from First Hard Disk" from the menu and
> it does and I can choose between the two hard drives. The second carries
> the 9.04 OS that worked perfectly on the old motherboard and processor
> and of course has all my files on it.
> Not too bad. Unfortunately, the LAN connection to my wireless modem does
> not work now, so no Internet or Mail. (Luckily my laptop does not suffer
> from that!)
> Accessing the BIOS Set-up tests for the connection and reports that it
> is good.
> Contacting Gigabyte got the usual response - No assistance for Linux!
> >From memory, the first time I tried to start Ubuntu after the install a
> message came up that the BIOS could not find a file it was looking for.
> Possibly that file exists in the various Windows boot sequences, its
> content unknown. If there is a way of getting the BIOS to recognise the
> Ubuntu Boot Sequence it would be appreciated.
> Not using the command line very much, I have no idea what commands are
> required that would force a search of the IO hardware for that
> connection and / or make it.
> Anybody have any ideas?
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