[SOLVED] Wireless Works but Wired Network does not
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After doing a clean install of 14.1....This is a first, I have rarely ever had this problem in the past, usually it's the other way around. I've checked the network cable, tried a different one...but nothing. Any ideas?
I should also add, I did a clean install on my other Slackware Tower, and it to has network card issues, can't get an IP addy....weird.
Well, your ethernet port (eth0) is being recognized, so it's likely not a driver problem. NetworkManager sees it too, though it is not connected to it.
It is entirely possible that NetworkManager is simply deciding not to automatically connect to your ethernet. If you click on the NetworkManager status icon in KDE or XFCE (or whatever you use), are there any connections available that are named something like "Auto Ethernet"?