I tried with and without the PHY options: Everything is working fine on my system except my built in ethernet built into MoBo. Mike Hunt Watchman Joined: En la otra punta del cable. Fri Nov 13, 5: Given I have no network support on that machine I had to remove the hard drive, and then attach it to my ubuntu machine and mount it there to get the txt file off but here it is, thanks again: Fri Nov 13, 1:
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So added all the PHY options in anyways into the kernel.
According to the error I don’t have the correct settings in the kernel. Fri Nov 13, 5: En la otra punta del cable.
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Crazy that you recommended that Mike because a friend of mine just recommended the same thing Given I have no network support on that machine V6103 had to remove the hard drive, and then attach it to my ubuntu machine and mount it there to get the txt file off but here it is, thanks again: VIA VT built-in ethernet will not work.
Fri Nov 13, 2: It hangs when dhcp broadcasts for a lease. Copyright Gentoo Foundation, Inc.
Sat Oct 16, Did you miss that step in the handbook? Fri Nov 13, 8: Perhaps the problem wasn’t specific to the built-in ethernet on the mobo at all. Display posts from previous: So I checked lspci it says: So I went back into the menuconfig and enabled that.
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All times are GMT. Please paste the output of lspci -n. Thanks Last edited by robs on Fri Nov 13, 8: I also tried ifconfig to see if eth0 was being listed.
I do not have mac address filtering or anything like that. Strangely enough, when I modularized it and then set it to auto load Eth0 was detected.
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My ethernet was working fine on the minimum install cd Cannot netmount as net. The error I get is as follows: Thanks for your help!
Everything is working fine on my system except my built in ethernet built into MoBo. If it were me improperly setting up conf.
I typed this out manually because it wasn’t that long: Fri Nov 13, 1: But then I noticed “South” and that made me think I vt6130 done my homework to the best of my ability. It was not listed, only lo was. I also tried dmesg less and did not see anything concerning eth0 In the kernel configuration, I have it set to: This is, in part, an email with a friend discussing this issue: