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(remoed bits that were not to do withnetworking on all of above, left bits that I was not sure of).
So from the information I have provided above is mepis detecting I have a eternet port and is is loading a driver or module for it to get it to work. I have no idea from looking at thgat if its good or bad
mepis os centre under the networking section It displays the following
eth0: cant' connect Stop etho0 <button>
eth1: not found
ath0: not found
ra0: not found
wlan0: not found
wireless: not found
Im taking the fact is says it cant cnnect that it has found the port, because I dotn have anyof the other networks interfaces on the computer. I dont have a router to plug it into to check, I am just trying to found out if mepis has recognised it so I can go out and get my self an ethernet card before my adsl accoutnis set up and router arrives.