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I just installed linux redhat 9 and I cannot connect to the internet. I have an onboard ethernet card Intel(R) PRO/1000 CT on ABIT IC7-G MAX II motherboard.
When I configured the network connection, this card did not seem to be listed in the list of the adapters. How can I know whether this card is automatically detected by linux? How to get the card to be listed there and how to install the driver?
First of all, I would like to thank you Pete for helping me through this thing. I still need more help in the future considering my experience in linux is still limited.
So, back to the topic.
This time I logged in as administrator and it worked half way...some improvements.
After I typed "make install", the process went well without any error. Then, the next part is "insmod e1000 <parameter>=<value>". What should I do over here? I've tried reading the whole manual but I didnt seem to understand it.