What network would you guys recommend that will work under linux robustly, and without any of this kind of nonsense? The software alternatingly declares the device to be not present and then says there is no configuration present when it does recognize the device. Should I just find a hardware compat file and go with whatever types of ethernet cards ARE recognized automatically by FC4? Did you already try to use it? Now I’m really confused I just found the official red hat hardware compat dbase entry on this card:
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Crossover cable to another computer? Do you have two ethernet cards in this computer? Following Rtl8129 advice, I disabled the mobo interface, installed the card and rebooted it rtl8129 says ‘no link, check cable’, or ‘device not present’. The absence of an IP is because the card is not connected. So, the question now is, why doesn’t my Rtl8129 ethernet card get recognized? Anything is fair game. I tried those commands to remove and reinsert the modules and nothing seems to happen other rtl8129 the modules successfully rtl8129 unloaded and reloaded.
Did you already try to use it?
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I was hoping I rtl8129 just take this card back and look up in this list a compatible card, but if this list says this card as compatible which it doesn’t seem to be in reality how can I proceed with this? Rtl8129 do I put them? Fedora id’ed correctly this card and the loading rtl8129 the too proves that. Look at it this way. Nevermind the applet rtl8129 now. Rtl8129 0 in the lsmod is not for hardware. The ttl8129 from ifconfig on the integrated the first and pre-existing interface rtl8129 Search your system for the too name of the driver.
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The network card configurator rtl8129 says the device card does not seem to be present. Try to rtl8129 around with ifconfig and release the ip rtl8129 test it.
Where is that list though, I can’t find it.