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I am using RHEL 6.0 32 bit OS. However, unable to find the LAN drivers for Atheros AR8152/8158 PCI-E. Please help me, I am not finding the eth0 after OS installation. I am currently using Toshiba Satelite L740 laptp.
You ask for help. I provide what I think is a reasoned reply.
You suggest that despite your RHCSA training, you are "totally new to Linux".
You twist the words in my reply, as I said nothing about drivers for 32-bit OSes.
You then call my reply "garbage".
I am no longer motivated to help you.
[(But it is true that there is less development for 32-bit OSes, so it is more difficult to find many drivers for such. (which is why I pointed to how the RHCSA essentially requires the use of 64-bit OSes, via its heavy emphasis on KVM).]