Breezy install and live cd's do not detect network card.
jms_diehl at sbcglobal.net
Sun Apr 2 18:55:03 UTC 2006
A lot of the Linux programs do not detect a network
card, or router. My SUSE didn't when I installed it.
You have to manualy install the port info., and
product info. yourself. Either in the system
directory file, or terminal. You'll need to know what
the product name is, the port's being used, if it's
10/100/1000, your serv. provider, and whatever else
you have. You may have to ./makefile, to ./mkdir the
files necessary to store the info. Look in the sys
directory file to see if there is a file already made.
--- rpowersau at gmail.com wrote:
> I'm having a problem. As the subject says, I can't
> get my ethernet card
> detected. I have an Asus P5V800 motherboard with
> built in Realtek. I've also
> taken the card out of another pc (that happily runs
> ubuntu) and it's still
> not detected.
> Aside from that, the install works.
> Any suggestions welcome. :)
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