eth0 doesn't show in Debian with ifconfig after dual boot with Mandrake9.2
I have a Samsung T10 laptop. I installed Debian (WOODY) on it leaving 30GB of free space. Then I installed Mandrake 9.2 on the free space.
During the origonal install of Debian, I set up my ethernet card (INTEL 100 PRO) and it connected to my gateway fine. I could see the net!
Next step was to install Mandrake. This, too, went well. I changed the boot loader to Grub, configured it to boot to both OS's and all seemed ok.
The problems start when I boot to Debian. It no longer recognises my ethernet card. If I do 'ifconfig' I only get results for 'lo', nothing for 'eth0'???
Everything was origonaly setup using DHCP. Mandrake still works fine.
How can I get things back on track? I don't need to use DHCP, but it would be better for my setup (I also need to connect to the network at work as well!!)
If it helps, here is how I partitioned...
hda1 /boot 30MB ext3
hda2 / 4000MB ext3
hda5 SWAP 512
hda6 Free space - installed Mandrake (don't know partitions...)
Thanks for any help