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Old 01-30-2002, 11:19 AM   #1
bonomex
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eth 0 fails to load at boot up


I have a dell server with linux red hat 7.0 preinstalled. one day by accident i lost stepped on the power strip and The server rebooted , after that day The ethernet card fails to load , and i need to manually enter the ifup command to bring it up again. however other services fail to load, like dns,etc... although the appear to be working. I can i make sure that the etho card will load next time the server loads , i check the ifcfg-etho file and its indeed has under the onboot = yes. what can be happening?
 
  


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