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    Did you install xorg-server?
    Gentoo Linux Documentation -- The X Server Configuration HOWTO
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    I think this is enough .....
    I do agree with you. Those are the most effective way

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    Quote Originally Posted by hotryhop View Post
    I think this is enough .....
    I do agree with you. Those are the most effective way
    What do you mean?

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    So i finished everything but this time it doesnt see my drivers again when i say lspci it seems okey (everything is there) but when i say ifconfig eth0 it says device not found.

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    Hi Buddy!

    I faced with the same problem yesterday on my new Gentoo box with Atheros L1E Gigabit LAN controller. I enabled Atheros L1E Gigabit Ethernet support in my kernel:
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    Device Drivers  --->[*] Network device support  --->[*]   Ethernet (1000 Mbit)  --->
                       <*>   Atheros L1E Gigabit Ethernet support
    So I advice you to check your kernel configuration.

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    Quote Originally Posted by muhammedda View Post
    So i finished everything but this time it doesnt see my drivers again when i say lspci it seems okey (everything is there) but when i say ifconfig eth0 it says device not found.
    Are you sure the device is named eth0? Use the ifconfig command to show the names.
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    when say ifconfig there is just lo
    and by the way i think i should configure all my hardwares one by one from en.gentoo-wiki.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by muhammedda View Post
    when say ifconfig there is just lo
    and by the way i think i should configure all my hardwares one by one from en.gentoo-wiki.com
    IF you are only seeing lo when you run the ifconfig command, then that means your device(s) are not detected/installed correctly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by muhammedda View Post
    So i finished everything but this time it doesnt see my drivers again when i say lspci it seems okey (everything is there) but when i say ifconfig eth0 it says device not found.
    How did you configure your kernel?
    Please post the output of the
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    lspci | grep Ethernet
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    03:00.0 Ethernet controller: Realtek Semiconductor Co., Ltd. RTL8101E/RTL8102E PCI Express Fast Ethernet controller (rev 02)

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