No internet on clean gentoo
Well I installed from a minimal CD so I downloaded everything during the install and I could also browse the internet via links and stuff, so the cd knew that I had internet and could connect to it. After I was done with the CD I took it out and booted up and I couldn't ping Google or anything like that and ifconfig shows eth0 and lo about what it should look like but in /dev/ there is no eth0. Don't know if that's a problem. Right now, to install any packages I have to boot up on the CD and then mount my hard drives and install something with emerge because it's the only way it will autodetect the internet. Also, when I boot up to regular gentoo on my hda3 I can do the command:
and it says that it's already active...and I've always use DHCP to connect to the internet on every OS I've had.
I know everyone says to read through the forums on this one but I've read some of the responses and none of them have answered my questions. I also installed hotplug and I tried to install coldplug but it said that it couldn't because it 'conflicted' or something with hotplug.
Thanks for your help.