Do I have to bind my nic card everytime I boot to fedora?
Hello all, LinuxNewbie here
I have been having problems loading the module/driver for my Asound Myson MTD80x when I was running Redhat 7.2.
I decided that after three weeks of not being able to ping outside of my local network, that it would probaly be better to simply updatethe kernel. I then decided that I should just install Fedora since it is a new distro and my learning experiance with Linux would be great getting in on the ground floor of a new distro.
I installed Fedora and sure enough my card was given the driver, fealnx (surecom?)
I bind the ip address and netmask (got the info from running ipconfig from my W2k Pro partition) to my card then ran ifconfig eth0 up (i think in that order)
Then it worked! I was able to ping sites, download email, and browse the web. However, I noticed after rebooting, that I had to start all over again.
How can I have it to where Fedora will recognizethe card at bootup?
This has been a great learning experiance and all suggestions will be appreciated.