|03-03-04, 03:54 PM||#1|
Join Date: Mar 2004
nvnet not present?
I am trying to get Fedora going on my computer, but am having problems with the built in ethernet on my mother board. I don't know much about linux, but i am not a total newbie.
Specific problem, after i installed
it showed up in my network devices as available to configure. However when I try to "activate" it returns the error "device does not seem to be present". Now I realize I am explaining all of this in GUI terms but I am not afraid of the terminal, however, my piddling efforts there met with little success. Any help would be apperciated. Thanks.
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