Long story but probably easy fix I'm missing
Though I consider myself "better than average" when using a Centos/Redhat box, my Slackware 12.1 skills are lackluster. I'm working to correct that with my recent install of Slackware on one of my desktops. Due to some files manipulation needs, I installed Slack on box A, pulled some important files off box B to Box A, then swapped Hard Drives. The Slack boots up and I can log in, but ETH0 doesn't start. I have tried to re-Setup using the install DVD but no luck. I've tried starting it with 'ifconfig eth0 up'.
What are the steps to enable it? Where is the eth0 config files and/or how can I redo the 'autoconfig' for ETH0??
ETH0 is part of the MoBo, so it's probably that basic driver (I can't remember, like Broadcom or something)
Thank you ALL!!