xirc2ps_cs device eth0 does not seem to be present, delaying initialization
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I hear that Fedora Core 1 is alot better than the second one but I don't know, what I did for know is to format my H drive again and install XP Pro, untill I have time to mess around with FC2. if you find something please let me know, FC2 loads up nice and clean, I even bougth the FC2 Bible that came out but still I couldn't fix the problem.. ok teggenberger talk to you soon.. later
The reason you are getting this message is RedHat/Fedora Core start networking before they start PCMCIA. I'm trying to remember off the top of my head how to get pcmcia to load before networking but I'm having a mental block at the mo
To get eth0 to work just run 'ifup eth0' from the command line (you may need to be root unless you have enabled all users to configure the device.
I'll get back to you hopefully later this evening with the fix you need!