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I just installed redhat on ASUS P4C800 E-Deluxe computer. I am trying to get the onboard 10/100/1000 ethernet working.
I downloaded procfg and procfgd from Intel and installed them:
But I do not know how it is suppose to work. I have the procfgd running.
I also enabled kudzu deamon to come up at startup. But I can't figure out how to get the interface shows up under ifconfig -a, and later config it. I used to work with SunOs 4.1.3 long time ago, now trying linux. Any input appreciated.
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Then try once more by disabling ethernet from the bios and boot linux .. kudzu should remove it from the device list .. now shut down .. turn of PNP and enable ethernet and boot again . .may be you will have better luck