I don’t think there’s any difference between them – eth0 works like a charm: Since different potentially related occurrences have surfaced since that, I definitely think that this should be looked into. Users had to resort to putting in a PCI slot ethernet card. Stefan Bader wrote on Yes I could see the green light. RootbeaR , Nov 27,

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Linux nForce Drivers

Find More Posts by ilnux. I found a guide in Spanish and am trying to find whether it might be the soultion. Other bug subscribers Subscribe someone else. I am wondering if the patch described by “attikon Ion ” is actually in fact still working in Ubuntu 9. I haven’t checked, but I presume that the Ubuntu kernel is not precisely the linix as the official kernel source code. The network card works on Vista.

Nvidia network card (MCP73) not working

Here is the output of ifconfig -a: This became a problem for me on one system of three I upgraded to Hardy. It is sure there. Are you looking for the solution to your computer problem?


Can anyone please explain, in relatively “human” English, what I should do to fix this permanently! Tom Worley tom-worley wrote on I was installing CentOS 5.

Unfortunately the command you gave only disabled the nm applet, but linix manager still ticks away eating up all 3GB of RAM. I tried your linux-image- 2. I have installed enterprise linux OEL5 2.

I’ve already tried 2. Nanley Chery nanoman wrote on And i honestly think that this bug fits the requiered conditions, i quote: You may have to register before you can post: All times are GMT On a second thought I think this was wrong thinking.


Review your favorite Linux distribution. Does anyone know a where to get the driver and b how I can install it? This bug does not qualify for an SRU fix.

No such device One thing i noticed is the lsmod shows ipv6. Users can try the development Intrepid kernel from the kernel-ppa at http: I have no idea what could be the issue here Not everyone has the patience to log in and out of Windows to try out each single tip. If you have any questions or problems, please check the linux discussion forum.


Are you new to LinuxQuestions. Well let’s see if it’s a hardware issue or a network issue. I think it detects your Ethernet card because of the following output from lspci: Anything is fair game.

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