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Old 07-17-2010, 11:38 PM   #1
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Missing ifcfg-eth[2-5] fileset for ZNYX 345Q Quad Port 10/100 cards


I have showing in the gui network device that my ports for my ZNYX ZX345Q Quad Port card my ports are Auto eth2, Auto eth3 etc.
My Motherboard and Intel cards show as System eth0 and System eth1.

There ARE corresponding entries for those in my /etc/sysconfig/network-settings/ directory, but there are not ifcfg-eth[2-5] files to correspond to these adapters.
Can I just write my own files and that will do it?

How does Fedora 12/13 load these drivers into the kernel without having these ifcfg files?

I'd love to know if there is another way Fedora controls NICs / other system resources.

Thanks.
 
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