Redhat linux 9.0 can't detect built-in network adapter on hp d220 mt
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Start with lspci from a command line to identify the card..
Then find the appropriate module for it.
Usually kudzu is good enough for that, so check /etc/sysconfig/hwconf and see what it thinks it has found.
You can delete the whole section about the network card and run kudzu again to redetect it after the correct module is loaded.
Distribution: Ubuntu, Debian, Various using VMWare
Welcome to LQ, nhs_shobuz!
1st of all, are you running Redhat 9? If so, you need to be aware that this version of Redhat is very old and outdated. The free Redhat Linux was superceeded by Fedora after version 9. Fedora has since made 11 released, which shows how far behind you are. RH9 no longer receives any security updates. You will be much better served by choosing a more modern, supported distro.
Also, for future reference, please avoid digging up threads that are 5 years old. You'd be better off starting a new thread, seeing as it is a different problem.