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    Fedora 2 - Internet Connection Difficulty

    Recently I found a laptop in a garbage can. I wanted to learn redhat, so I figured if I could get it running, it would become a redhat machine.

    So now I have my Gateway Solo 5300

    and its running fedora 2 (I have a book on it so I chose taht so i can learn from my book. I will get to three shortly), and I plug in my ethernet connection and it doesn't even recognize it (atleast no notification)

    I've tested the eithernet cable, my connection is fine, and I've played in the internet configuration wizard for a little bit but I never figured it out. I was using the KDE setting.

    Considering I'm sort of new at this, can you please give me a little direction as to how to get this going properly, and how its working? Any advice would be really helpful and I thank you in advance

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    When you installed FC2, (Good choice by the way...) did it give you a hint that it was configuring your NIC? From the command line go:

    Do you see it there? I think it's listed as a Intergrated Intel Pro100+

    Then do:

    Do you see a driver or module there called e100 or eepro100 or something similar?

    Did you run:

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