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Linux seems to think my network card is not there. During boot up Linux says eth0 not available. Will think need alot of further explanation before diagnosis can be done ...
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    Network card not found


    Linux seems to think my network card is not there. During boot up Linux says eth0 not available. Will think need alot of further explanation before diagnosis can be done is it a case of me being stupid and forgot to do summin?

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    Which distro?
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    First try this

    Code:
    ifconfig eth0 up
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fallen Angel
    First try this

    Code:
    ifconfig eth0 up
    Does not work unfortunatly. Thanks for the advice anyways.

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    SOLVED!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    I just had to recompile the kernel. Stupid me did not add support for me card when i was compilling it :S

    ah well, you live and learn

    And thanks for the help guys

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