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Old 09-11-2005, 03:12 PM   #1
Dahshouin
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eth0 does not exist question


I am fairly new to linux and am trying to set up a Clark connect 3.1 gateway. I think the problem I'm having may be more specific to the kernel startup though. I installed and configured my box as a standalone and eth0 worked fine everything was rosy. My radius server was working off the onboard ethernet and I had an IP. Then I installed a PCI NIC and rebooted. It worked fine and collected an IP but my onboard ethermet wasn't recognized anymore. So I shutdown and removed the PCI card and rebooted. Now my onboard ethernet isn't being recognized at startup and I'm not sure how to make it recognized. I know it still works because I can boot a live cd and use the port no problem.
Thanks for the help
 
Old 09-12-2005, 12:48 AM   #2
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Which disto are you using?
Type "lspci" in the terminal, and paste the output here.
 
  


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