I’m here, don’t expect instant responses. That doesn’t mean it won’t work. Find More Posts by afadaly. Yes Cliff, I think that’s the best thing to do, I’ll get back to Fedora later and once I have some good experience. Enabling the network card on Dell Latitude D runing Linux 2. The time now is
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You would be a lot better off installing an. Run uninstall as many times as necessary until no “removing” messages appear below. I had switched to FreeSpire and everything went smoothly Linux – Networking This forum is for any issue related to networks or networking. Your card may even be detected, and the driver loaded. Thank you Cliff, Recent updates: Do you have that installed? Well, Dells site is useless.
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I tried googling the driver or a smillar problem, but couldn’t find something to help. For more advanced trainees it can be a desktop reference, and a collection of the base knowledge needed to proceed with system and network administration.
Unknown device rev 02 I do know you need the kernel source installed for any kernel module compile. Subsystem revision ACPI: What worked on the old version will work on the new.
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All times are GMT Routing, network cards, OSI, etc. You could also try using rpmfind to locate and download a suitable package. Here is a link on the commands needed to install it. You won’t know until you try. Some file names or package names may differ. Are you new to LinuxQuestions. Fedora if you like, but up to date.
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I can not find a native driver. Have you set up online repos for the version of Fedora you are running? BB code is On. I realy appreciate your quick responce Cliff, thanx a million.
Yes Cliff, I think that’s the best thing to do, I’ll get back to Fedora later and once I have some good experience. Of course, you need the windows driver.
Using configuration type 1 PCI: I’m here, don’t expect instant responses. Then do an ‘ifconfig eth0’ to see if if came up?
Enabling the network card on Dell Latitude D runing Linux
In other words, the source for a kernel one older or ethednet will not work. Yes it’s an old version of Fedora that I got from an old book I had, I thouhgt that it would be great if I got it runing, cause it’ll surely fthernet my trip to linux world a strong boost, So far I was lucky with GUI, Sound, and this morning got lucky with the FlashUSB drive. It appears to me this is a wireless card. Visit the following links: