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Hi, I just installed Centos in my desktop (Asus) that came with windows 8 preinstalled. However, during the installation of centos, the "network configuration" button is disabled and actually once ...
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    "No network device available" after centos installation


    Hi,

    I just installed Centos in my desktop (Asus) that came with windows 8 preinstalled. However, during the installation of centos, the "network configuration" button is disabled and actually once the installation is finished, I get a ""No network device available" when I try to set it up.

    The same installation disk worked fine in my laptop.

    What it going here? any input? thanks!
    Last edited by sponge; 05-14-2014 at 05:09 AM.

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    Is this wired, or wireless networking? Please post the output of the commands "lspci" and "lsusb" here. Most hard-wired ethernet controllers are PCi based, and WiFi are USB. This will let us see what hardware you have on your system and can advise as to drivers you need to get/install.
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