Hey guys. I'm not currently at home, so I can't give exact output, but I'm experiencing some odd things.
I just installed Fedora 8 on a new box that's dual-booting with Vista (I know). Vista has perfect internet connectivity, but Fedora does not. In fact, Fedora can't ping anything.
So here's the deal. DHCP tells me there's no connectivity response. If I configure the device with a Static IP, it doesn't directly give me any errors when I activate the device; however, I cannot ping anything. Well, I can ping localhost, but that's it.
It's also configured with an IPv6 address. I don't use IPv6 at all, nor does my ISP (to my knowledge). Could this be causing a problem?
As for the hosts and resolv.conf files, I don't think that would be a problem, so I didn't check. I can't even ping my router.
Yes I did search through the forums. After 3 pages, I got tired of it.