[ubuntu-uk] Networking with an Dell Optiplex GX620
daniel.lamb at dlcomputing.co.uk
Tue Oct 16 22:41:47 BST 2007
With 6.06 there are problems with the dell servers detecting the cards and I
believe it will be the same with the optiplexes, I would suggest using a
newer version than 6.06, I know it isn't as well supported but an newer
version will at least work out the bux.
From: ubuntu-uk-bounces at lists.ubuntu.com
[mailto:ubuntu-uk-bounces at lists.ubuntu.com] On Behalf Of Rob Beard
Sent: 16 October 2007 22:14
To: james at btguk.org; British Ubuntu Talk
Subject: Re: [ubuntu-uk] Networking with an Dell Optiplex GX620
james at btguk.org wrote:
> Um, how do I know if it has detected the network card?
> I also have 7.04, just finished downloading it, should I use that instead?
One of the ways you can see if it is detected is to open the Terminal
(this can be found under the Applications menu -> Accessories ->
Terminal) and then entering the command:
You should *hopefully* see a list of adaptors come up. On my home
machine running Ubuntu 7.04 I get eth0 which is the network card and lo
which is the 'loopback' adaptor (kind of a virtual internal network card).
As Kris mentions, you may be worth hanging on until Thursday and
downloading/trying Ubuntu 7.10. I'm not back in my office until
Thursday so if I can download the Ubuntu 7.10 ISO I will give it a try
on my work machine (which is an Optiplex GX620).
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