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  1. #1

    how to remove an interface?

    OK I got a pcmcia card and now I put it in and two cards show up in my network manager even though I have the internal disabled in the BIOS and ifdown'ed.

    How can I stop ubuntu from even seeing this device?

  2. #2

    Shouldn't be seen

    If you've already disabled the interface at the BIOS level, then Ubuntu shouldn't be able to see the interface at all. I'd start by double checking the BIOS settings.


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    yeah its disabled. if i reboot and check the BIOS it's disabled. if I boot into windows i can't use it. but if i stick in the PCMIA card i can use, configure, and connect with the 'disabled' card. it's particularly annoying because they both show up the same in networkmanager since they have the same chipset. i loaded SLES and it has the same problem. i guess i'll just micromanage my interfaces using the CLI since the two cards are registered differently there at least. maybe i'll try wifi-radar or something.

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