[SOLVED] ADDRCONF(NETDEV_UP): eth0: link is not ready
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Done a fresh installation on a brand new Acer Veriton M265
It came with Linpus installed ( Gnome ) and I want to turn it into a virtualbox host with slackware13.1 64
Problem: The realtek card (eth0) doesn't work like I would like it to work. I briefly tested the factory Linpus installation, and everything worked. Installed Slackware, and no network.
Looks like its a Realtek 8169(?) ( Gigabit lan ) onboard card, that needs a special treatment? I did find some Ubuntu users fixing Realtek cards not giving a link after a dualboot with Windows, (Wake-On-Lan driver/function in windows sets eth-card into some kind of state that Linux can't get it out of. BUT: I haven't had a dualboot (or Windows) on the machine (ever). The postings I did find where all 'old': 2008-ish..
I would think the bleeding edge 13.1 ( :P ) slackware would run like a charm on this fairly new, but not bleeding edge hardware. (Pentium E5400, 2Gb ram, 160Gb hdd.
Will either run VirtualBox to host a W2K environment, or VMware player with XP Pro. W2K is good enough, but for remote desktopwork I will need VirualBox PUEL version, where VMware player doesn't support this (does it?) so for remote desktop I'll need XP Pro, I guess.
Still can't figure out why it did work out of the box with Linpus, but it was the freak'n CABLE! Got 4 wall plugs, 4 pc's, switched cables over and voila: works! The pc that got the cable from the slackbox went off-line instantly, so must be either the cable or the wall plug.
Everybody thank you for lurking and please whipe off that grin: hardware failure where you least expect it