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  1. #11

    i've tried them all. lynx, mozilla, konquerer, netscape, ping, all yeild the same result:

    "google doesnt exist"

    but i'm pretty sure it does. aim, too

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    Linux Guru lakerdonald's Avatar
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    wtf? are you sure you're not using MacOS or something? lol so you just type in www.google.com and it says: google doesn't exist??? wtf, mate!
    -lakerdonald

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    Are other machines on your network able to browse to google? From bash what does $host www.google.com return? Do you have problems getting to any other sites?

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    I have also had the same problem... actually currently have that prob... I am running slackware 10 and loaded the driver... and no google.. but it's more than just google.. I can't access nvidia.com or some other sites either... sounds crazy.. but true... I have used this same setup running Mandrake 10.1 (but used the detected card settings) and the card works fine..

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    forum.guy
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    Got er working..

    I used a SysKonnect driver instead. This not only fixed the prob for google, but seemed to speed up my connection to other sites...

    http://www.syskonnect.com/syskonnect...l-7_08.tar.bz2

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