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Old 01-02-04, 03:41 AM   #1
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Dear nvnet users,

I installed the latest drivers for my GeForce MX 4 graphics card integrated onto my nforce 2 motherboard on Fedora Core 1, and that started my graphic acceleration brilliantly, having many more fps in glxgears.

However, in doing so, it somehow disabled my dhcp support in my networking. I tried reinstalling the network support, enabling dhcpd in Services, and insmod'ing the module nvnet in, but I still had trouble.

If anyone could help, please do.

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is the network status command to use. It can set your IP address manually too.
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