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do ifconfig -a do you see you ethernet device there?
run the command setup adn try to enable it from there.
no.....ifconfig -a shows l0 and pan0 and virbr0......but no eth0.....in fedora 8....the command lspci in /sbin shows the ethernet driver...but cant start the network service anyway...automatic ip or static ip i have tried both..but my desktop pc automatically recognised the same modem and network..but not my laptop hp 520 notebook..!!!
Coming from Gnome to the lighter weight Xfce I was surprised to discover that no extra packages are required to set up changing backdrops (wallpapers) on Xfce.
Essentially the technique is to create a list of graphic files to be used as backdrops in file ~/.config/xfce4/desktop/backdrops.list and then to run /usr/bin/xfdesktop -reload at intervals. xfdesktop chooses a random backdrop from backdrops.list each time it starts (at session initialisation, normally...
i'm using squid stable 2.6 for my cleints internet web caching. running on linux sentOS platform. when i check the upload speed it is reduce than i allocated. but when i check download it show me correctly. when i bypass squid and check the upload speed it show me correct upload speed. i'm using squid in transparent mode. what will be issue ? is there any setting in squid.conf file to avoid this issue. pls help.