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    How to change the network speed from 100 to 10?


    I know when I had windows XP installed the setting for the network card had to be changed from 100 to 10. I am running a 333 MHZ pentium 2. Right now no internet access.

    Where and how do you do this in Ubuntu 8.04 for the network card.
    So my question is under Ubuntu where do you change the setting from?
    I am just a beginner.

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    How much searching have you done on this?

    I was able to find a lot of information on the subject in Google.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lazydog View Post
    How much searching have you done on this?

    I was able to find a lot of information on the subject in Google.
    Just information on wireless.

    I am just a beginner. I was hoping that someone could help me.

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    And this is the best tip you will receive. While Windows did everything for you and held your hand, Linux does not. You need to learn how to use the web to find information that you are looking for. After you have tried several things you have read and are still having issues then ask for help stating what you have already done. There is more then enough information on the web for what you are looking to do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lazydog View Post
    And this is the best tip you will receive. While Windows did everything for you and held your hand, Linux does not. You need to learn how to use the web to find information that you are looking for. After you have tried several things you have read and are still having issues then ask for help stating what you have already done. There is more then enough information on the web for what you are looking to do.

    Your name Lazydog says that you will not help a beginner.
    I went onto another forum and they were more than glad to help a beginner like me. You probably don't even know that answer.
    so don't waste my time!

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