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Routing, network cards, OSI, etc. Anything is fair game.
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Hello, I am using Redhat Linux 9 with daul boot with WindowsXP. My internet is working properly in WindowsXP but not in Linux...
I have a ADSL with username and password and have an External Modem.
My LanCard is connected with this External Modem. I am trying to setup internet in linux from many days, but I can't.
** At booting time of Linux the following service is not working..
Setingup network interface [Ok]
Bringing up interface eth0 [Fail]
And in my Hardware Browser I have the following information in the Network Device.
Originally posted by JordanH This is a double-post.
-- do not respond --
In the future, report these to a moderator or we might not ever see them, but since he double posted, and this was the first one as also it being about networking, yes, lets respond to this one and not the others, in which he actually triple posted this.
Lets carry on the conversation here, the others are going to be closed.
whew. what a fart-storm this started.
a shame the main focus of all these posts couldn't have been a solution instead of flames. so i screwed up. i lost my focus, and concentrated on helping instead.
[edit: It's not a "fart storm", trickykid and the other moderators try to keep a clean house so that this forum remains a good, clean source of information that is not cluttered by duplicates (or triplicate) posts. - it's for your benefit too.]
well i think you should recompile the kernel .. with support for on asus network cards ... i had the same problem as well ....it is the .... yeah development software support or something like this ... that allows that card support to be recognized