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I am trying to connect my Linux to a linksys WRT54GS and my Linux is refusing to get an automatic IP by the DHCP server. I have another linux connected ...
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    SIOCSIFFLAGS: eth0 not working!!!


    I am trying to connect my Linux to a linksys WRT54GS and my Linux is refusing to get an automatic IP by the DHCP server.

    I have another linux connected to the same router and is perfectly working.

    The error i am getting is:

    Bringing up eth0:
    SIOCSIFFLAGS: Operation not permitted

    What shall I do?

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    Sometimes at boot time, my Linux is freezes.
    It stops at
    Bringing up interface eth0:
    Determining IP information for eth0...

    I have fedora core 6 version 6.2.18 if that is useful.

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    and... some other time it just says:
    [FAILED] after 2 mins

    That is really puzzling me

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