Originally Posted by Didier Spaier
We need to know which is your network adapter and which kernel module(s) are supposed to support it. To provide that information please send out output of following command:
lspci -knn|grep -iA3 network
Also, which kernel are you using? Is it a stock Slackware kernel or did you compile it yourself?
I ask that because lsmod's output looks really short.
Looks same to me when i see it. Before the upgrading i was using a self-compiled kernel, now the one there's in the stock. However the command doesn't retunr anything, but I remember that i use a Realtek ethernet controller which use the r8169 kernel module
EDIT. I launched modprobe r8169 and now eth0 appear in the ifconfig -a. But dhcpcd don't want to work. It only show "version etc.etc. starting" and then "no interfaces have a carrier"
RE EDIT: using dhcpcd eth0 the system get the Ip from the system, but now i can't use the mouse. Rebooting the computer i've seen that it can't find /dev/mouse. Also when i reboot the system, i have to re-probe the module and rerun dhcpcd