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Intel L Gigabit Network Connection driver: Lknux 15th, 2. I’ve installed the ifconfig command and lsusb to have a detailed view of whats happening but when I pluged in the adapter the lfs prompts it’s information.

Why when i restart my computer, my ethernet adapter don’t work? Is there something more I should be doing? I’ve been trying to put linux on this thing for the past week and have tried 6 distros!

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All use grub2 and beyond my scope to trouble shoot. September 15th, Having a problem logging in? Eventually I started again with LFS 7. For details and our forum data attribution, retention and privacy policy, see here. Board index All times are UTC. For example, “ThinkPad X” is a type of computer not motherboard. September 15th, 7.


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4102 beginning to think this has more to do with the network driver than anything. A thing discovered and shared with others need be discovered only the once. CentOS boots perfectly but no usb ethernet.

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I’m wondering if there’s a way that this tool will return system or board serial numbers? By using our site, you acknowledge that you have read and understand our Cookie PolicyPrivacy Policyand our Terms of Service. I think it’s worth noting that older systems don’t have flags available on dmidecodenor even a man page. Also, there may be a kernel driver module for the device. This book contains many real life examples derived from the author’s experience as a Linux system and network administrator, trainer and consultant.

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For just the System Product Nameyou can use either type dmidecode -s to get a list of s trings keywords: I’ll aim to have something ready by next Tuesday. Would you please give liux details of the adapter — or perhaps a link to the hardware specs? 142 way I can use the driver fedora uses? How can I find the hardware model in Linux?


Try sudo dmidecode -t baseboard for full information on the DMI t able contents relevant to your baseboard, in a human readable form. Email Required, but never shown. You can post the output of: Aside from lshw, none of those commands answer the question the OP asks.

There you’ll find all information from BIOS and hardware. But I would start by confirming that the necessary USB and networking modules are set in the kernel configuration.