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ronlau9 11-12-2010 05:48 AM

Fedora 14 X86_64 and internet
 
Download the live cd of Fedora 14 yesterday
If I boot up from the live cd the internet is not working .
In Fedora 13 the internet is working fine .
Comparing the connection formation between Fedora 13 and Fedora 14

In Fedora 14 it is not active and the Default Route is missing .

All other information like Ip address , Broadcast address , subnetmask ,Primary dns , driver , device name are the same.
I use a Speedtouch DSL modem router

Can anybody helps out ?

Thanks in Advance

alli_yas 11-12-2010 07:01 AM

You may want to check that your network interface is not controlled by Network Manager - there should be a setting in your interface configuration file called NM_CONTROLLED - set this to NO.

Thereafter restart networking and check if it works. I had a similar issue and resolved it this way.

ronlau9 11-12-2010 08:09 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by alli_yas (Post 4156685)
You may want to check that your network interface is not controlled by Network Manager - there should be a setting in your interface configuration file called NM_CONTROLLED - set this to NO.

Thereafter restart networking and check if it works. I had a similar issue and resolved it this way.

Thanks for the answer ,but it does not work

falcom 11-12-2010 08:21 AM

ok try with
Quote:

service NetworkManager stop
if your network service is managed x Network Manager if not in the console
Quote:

vim /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-eth0
and put your ip or gateway access

ronlau9 11-12-2010 09:13 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by falcom (Post 4156801)
ok try with

if your network service is managed x Network Manager if not in the console

and put your ip or gateway access

As I am running it from the live cd , I get the message permission denied .
I never install it until I am sure the the internet is working.
But it even notice when I unplug the modem router from the power supply .
Than it shows my that the internet is down

Ryptyde 11-12-2010 11:31 AM

I had a similar experience with a F14 livecd. It would connect to my wireless router and then the internet but the ethernet connection said it was connected but would not connect to the internet. Even tried to ping google without success.

I eventually installed and resolved the ethernet problem in services as the "httpd" and "network" were not enabled by default for some reason, enabled them and restarted them and the ethernet worked. Don't know if it is a problem with some of the other F14 live releases but mine was funky but fixable. ;)

phil

ronlau9 11-12-2010 01:10 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Ryptyde (Post 4156950)
I had a similar experience with a F14 livecd. It would connect to my wireless router and then the internet but the ethernet connection said it was connected but would not connect to the internet. Even tried to ping google without success.

I eventually installed and resolved the ethernet problem in services as the "httpd" and "network" were not enabled by default for some reason, enabled them and restarted them and the ethernet worked. Don't know if it is a problem with some of the other F14 live releases but mine was funky but fixable. ;)

phil

I did what you suggested and than I have kernel crash .
I keep Fedora 13 for a while and wait for Fedora 15 is out

Thanks for the replies

jsullivan44 01-05-2011 11:39 AM

FC14 32 Bit No Ethernet Fixed Here
 
Problem
To Start, I use Fedora in a Virtual Machine at work. I had no issues at all with FC13. I upgraded today using the preupgrade method. Everything with the upgrade completed just fine (no errors or warnings). On first boot I installed VMware tools for VM Player. Did not connect to internet at that time. Reboot. Came up and I had no internet connection. Could not connect to LAN or WAN.

Resolution
I saw a Previous Post saying to stop Network Manager. I stopped it and the internet worked. However this did not make me happy because Network Manager worked fine in FC13. I started Network Manager. I found that there is now and "Auto eth1" in Network Settings and the System Eth0 which is what worked before. I could not set to Eth0. I deleted "Auto eth1" and left System Eth0. Restarted the network and connect to Auto Ethernet which only has eth0 to use.

This works fine now and Network Manager is still running although it is most likely not needed for me.

For more complex networks, you may have to play around a little. I do not feel this is and issue that should encourage someone to wait for FC15. Simple Fix on my end.

Finally I could be wrong here but I do not think this has anything to with 32 or 64 bit versions. I could be wrong I have not compared the settings. Maybe someone else could confirm this.

goanna300 01-14-2011 03:22 PM

Fedora 14 64bit wireless HSPA stopped working
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by ronlau9 (Post 4156634)
Download the live cd of Fedora 14 yesterday
If I boot up from the live cd the internet is not working .
In Fedora 13 the internet is working fine .
Comparing the connection formation between Fedora 13 and Fedora 14

In Fedora 14 it is not active and the Default Route is missing .

All other information like Ip address , Broadcast address , subnetmask ,Primary dns , driver , device name are the same.
I use a Speedtouch DSL modem router

Can anybody helps out ?

Thanks in Advance

Similar problem with full F14 install and HSPA devices.
This was a gradually worsening problem; net access was flaky, then worse, now impossible. Devices work OK with other machines, also same machine under Debian or W7.
I will troubleshoot as others advise - but other unrelated probs with this installation make me wonder if this distribution is the *full bottle.*

(To some of us, waiting for the nexr version can save lots of grief an let us get on with life).

goanna300 01-15-2011 04:57 AM

Reboot to original kernel + stop & restart Network Manager works
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by falcom (Post 4156801)
ok try with

if your network service is managed x Network Manager if not in the console

and put your ip or gateway access

Finally got online, via wireless broadband *and* wireless LAN...
Tried all kinds of things. Lastly, found that reboot to original F14 kernel, stopping then & restarting Network Manager restored Networking.
Network Manager's check-boxes still seem capricious, (on/greyed-out/off) but eventually all worked - even using latest kernel!
I'm touching wood & not using F14 for any mission-critical networking.


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