I've installed from the CD the Centos version 5.5. When I try to connect to Internet I can't because I received some errors. I've the Intel Corporation 82801CAM (ICH3) PRO/100 VE (LOM) Ethernet Controller also a wireless slot (I've the wireless card DWL-G650+) When I turn on the pc and I go to "Ethernet Device", I see set: peth0 (Intel Corporation 82801CAM (ICH3) PRO/100 VE (LOM) ETHERNET CONTROLLER) and also set "Bind to MAC address": fe:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff I've set manually the IP address (I'm under router). Status is "Active" but can't go on the Net. When I change to "eth0 (Intel EtherExpress/100 driver)...sometimes become "Active" an other times said that the MAC address is different or to check the cable because can't find the IP. What can I do?
I have an old sony vaio laptop, and it has an intel 82801cam ethernet device and it refuses to work when I plug it in to an ethernet adapter. Im thinking it is a driver issues but whenever I list my hardware devices in terminal with lshw it seems to see that device despite that
i did configure as it was advised on [URL]... but it didn't work. for eg I added eth0:1 and eth0:2 on /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ when i do ifconfig i can see only eth0:1, i cannot see eth0:2, eventhough i configured as it was on the tutorial
I recently installed CentOS on a really old computer and while most things are running well, I am unable to connect to the internet. Using a Damn Small Linux live CD I am able to connect just fine and was able to see that that 'hp100' was being used as the netcard driver. When I tried to set up the network card using that adapter (HP10/100VG ....) it gives me the following error code...
I have installed trixbox 184.108.40.206 in Intel MAC mini PC, installation completed successfully. After reboot network card was not detected.
My MAC mini PC comes with nVidia Corporation MCP79 Ethernet card. how to enable Ethernet card with out affecting the tribox. trixbox-220.127.116.11 version comes with Cent OS 5.4. [Moderator edit: s/deducted/detected/]
working to sort out the damn wireless for too long. Mine in cent05 5.2 . network manager is on and I can see the icon on tray. It list all the wireless connections too, but just won't connect. WPA encry is disabled. further details below:
I have been able to load CentOS on my computer. I have the motherboard DG41TY from Intel. It seems that the only problem I have is my network card does not work. On the Intel site there is a link to download the network driver for Linux. I did that. It's an rpm file. realtek-r8169-kmp-default-8.004.00_18.104.22.168_0.21-0.i586.rpm is the name. When i right click and say install it tried to connect to the internet for some thing and fails. of coarse it does there not loaded yet. I added a second nic that cent did recognize and got me online. I want to load the on board driver and remove the add on card. When I try to load now I get missing dependencys.
i finished installing CentOS 5 and managed to connect to the Internet. My Network Interface Card (NIC) is "Atheros L2 Fast Ethernet" and it is not in the device list. anybody can tells me what i should do now to be connected to the Internet?
I am attempting to install centos5 x86_64 on to an HP Compaq 6820s laptop.It appears the installation has gone ok but I have a big problem in that the centos installation knows nothing about the hardware on the laptop. i.e. it does not recognise the eth0 ethernet card.this means that I have no way of assigning an IP address to the laptop which means that it cannot join the network or the internet.how do you go about getting the correct drivers for the hardware that you are using?
My ISP finished some 'upgrades' on its infrastructure. The result is that I am having great difficulty in connecting to the internet.
I have 3 operating systems on my box - XP, Fedora 8 and Feota 12.
I connect using an ethernet card, using dhcp. In fedora 12, the ethernet card is controlled be networkmanager. After the ISP completed their upgrades, I was not able to connect. I tried to connect manually using
There was an error message -
I read the advice here: [url], and removed all but the important lines.
But even after that neither ifup eth0 or dhclient eth0 works.
In fedora 8, the ethernet card is activated by ifup eth0 in /etc/rc.local. I was able to connect on a couple of occasions, but that too stopped working. I tried both ifup eth0, dhclient eth0, and tried to use the gui( which fires the dhclient command), but none worked.
When I use windows, it takes about 2 minutes to get an ip (earlier it was immediate). Sometimes that doesnt work and I have to click on "repair" whereupon it starts working.
I own a D-Link DI-604 wired router and I've started getting some issues after Ubuntu 9.10 to 10.04 upgrade(Ubuntu 9.04 used to work OK!). The problem is that Ubuntu recognizes all my ethernet cards (see below), but I can only connect to the internet through eth1 not eth0 (which is my Windows default). If I try to plug the cable in eth0 nothing happens (at least not in Ubuntu 10.04 and 9.10).
i installed the Centos 5.5 and try to put my USB stick D-link DWA 140 to work. without success. i googled some things put without success. i have not possibility to connect the laptop to the ethernet only way is through this usb stick. i have already downloaded the lasted RT2870 firmware now on i do not know what to do nothing work?
I just upgraded from Ubuntu 9.04 64-bit, to CentOS 5.5 64-bit and my RT-73 USB network card doesn't seem to want to function. It always worked fine in Ubuntu by default (plug and play). Is there some setting I need to make to get this working?Even BT-3 (which is quite old) recognizes the RT-73.
I have an HP Pavilion A6750F with an AMD Phenom 9650 Quad Core. 8 GB memoryThe NIC is a REALTEC Semiconductor RLT8111/81688 PCI Express Gigabit Ethernet Controller.The actual MAC address for the NIC is 00:24:21:55:DE:40I have loaded CentOS 5.3 on this host three of four times in various configurations and patching levels.THE PROBLEM: The system identifies the NIC as having MAC FE:FF:FF:FF:FF:FF.When this happens, the network connectivity obviously stops working.It identifies everything else OK, just maps the wrong MAC.I'm no sure how to troubleshoot this problem. I tried rebooting a couple times and once that fixed it. Usually it does not. I reloaded (gasp) Windows Vista on it and it worked ok.This last time, I reloaded CentOS it hung on the bootup (ASK ??), I reset it, it rebooted and everything looks ok; for now. The system says it is presently using driver r8169
I have a Dell Dimension 3000 with an integrated Intel 865g graphics card that I am trying to use in X on Centos 5.4 i386. The "810" driver (what Centos configures by default) works, but will not display at 1600x900. Strangely enough, it will actually work at higher resolutions such as 1600x1200, but 1600x900 fails, even with 915resolution and 855resolution. The "intel" xorg driver (included with Centos) locks up the entire machine when starting X, so thats a no go as well.
The "fbdev" driver works but, once again, won't display 1600x900, because that resolution doesn't work properly with the version of the intelfb kernel module that Centos bundles. Fedora Core 12 works perfectly fine at 1600x900 on the machine. I think that if I could get a newer xorg installation (or perhaps just a driver) going under Centos, it might fix the problem. I couldn't find any 3rd party repos containing such packages. I'd really rather run Centos on the machine, due to the package stability (yes, I see the irony here).
I have an old Toshiba Satellite A30 Notepad. I've installed Ubuntu 10.04 onto it and everything but WiFi works. I've installed wicd and several other network tools but just can't get Ubuntu to let me use the WiFi connection (the option is greyed out).I know the card works because the last OS (Windows XP) used it without any problems. The card is detected, the drivers are installed and the hardware (slider) switch is set to on.I think the issue is related to the Radio Frequency Kill Switch being on but I don't know how to turn it off.The output from various commands are:
I installed CentOS 5.3 on my Shuttle SS-31T with SiS 190 network adapter. While booting the message "Bringing up eth 0 [ OK ]" appears. After booting it isn't possible to surf to an internet location (p.a. www.google.com). It's also impossible to ping other machines in the network. After typing ifconfig everything seems to be ok.
ipv6 is turned off IP : 192.168.0.3 Subnet : 255.255.255.0 Gateway : 192.168.0.1
I have a Centos 5 server on my LAN for testing the websites that i develop.It worked perfectly until this morning , after cold start -up, it seems that my network card is not enabled . Everything works normal:gui and terminal but no internet access. I'll run some commands on my Linux box and write the results , by hand , to this forum .
* uname -r : Linux Server 2.6.18-194.26.1.el5 i686 i386 * ifconfig eht0 : eth0 : error fetching interface information * ifconfig -a : I get only results for loopback (lo) * less /etc/modprobe.conf : alias eth0 sis900 * lspci |grep -i eth : 00:04.0 Ethernet controller :Silicon Integrated Systems [SiS] sis900 PCI Fast Ethernet (rev 90)
I have installed CentOS 5.3 on my PC which has an Atheros AR8121/8113/8114 Gigabit Ethernet. Unfortunately 5.3 has no drivers for this LAN Card. I searched the Google for drivers but was unable to find any. Does the 5.4 has them? If yes then how can i upgrade it to 5.4 without Network connectivity?
I was try to compile the drirver from cd asus, but my lan card still not detected in centos 5.3. when i bringing up eth0 its show like : "the atl2 device eth0 does not to be present, delaying initialization."iwas suft on google some driver but all driver just to centos 5.3 when i install the rpm it does not work. i love centos i dont want to change my lovely centos.
I've installed a new fresh Centos 5.5 ..and after a lot of work..something starts to work (X now works with the new ATI HD5145 using ATI drivers) but i've a serious problemThe ethernet controller JMC250 JMicron PCI EXPR. doesent work at all so my notebook is out of the world !!!Here is some infos:rpm -q centos-release
i have a centos 5 and i cant access to the LAN or Internet because , i cant create a network connection , i try to say My Ethernet dont appears,and i cant add any connections.i id thisTerminal:Quote:sudo iwconfig
I tried to install the latest stable version of Debian (download yesterday : Debian Wheezy 7.4.0) on my new computer Fujitsu Celsius W530.The version installed is exactly this one (given by the commande "uname -a") :
PCNAME 3.2.0-4-amd64 #1 SMP Debian 3.2.54-2 x86_64 GNU/Linux => A Debian Wheezy 64 bit
I have a problem with the Intel ethernet card : I217-LM (the model was verified on the Fujitsu specifications and also on the Windows 8 I use on another partition).During the install procedure, Debian did not find the ethernet card.I continued the install without it and after I tried to make it found.I got a Linux driver in the Intel Web Site but I saw after that Debian loaded yet this driver (e1000e), so I did not install the driver from Intel (I needed to get linux-headers and to compil the files).
So when I force the system to load the driver, it gives no error but the device is still not found when I try to bringup the network interface.URL...
- understand why I see the Device (with "lspci" command) and the module "e1000e" (I tried also the "e1000" one) loaded with "lsmod" command ? - make the card work to allow my debian for connecting to internet ?
Here some commands which can show you the problem : Code: Select all~# lsmod | grep e1000 e1000e 120822 0 root@PC-DEV-JB-debian:~# ll /lib/modules/3.2.0-4-amd64/kernel/drivers/net/ethernet/intel/e1000e/e1000e.ko -rw-r--r-- 1 root root 184K févr. 2 02:04 /lib/modules/3.2.0-4-amd64/kernel/drivers/net/ethernet/intel/e1000e/e1000e.ko
I have an intel DP35DP motherboard - ICH9 southbridge - set to AHCI mode. Working fine under 5.2. Yesterday I updated to centos 5.3, and got kernel 2.6.18-128.1.16 and now it can't boot. It hangs trying to read sata1 with DRDY errors and exceptions.So then I installed 5.3 from a DVD onto a new drive, and got kernel 2.6.18-128. This worked, most of the time, but occasionally gave me this error. I then updated my BIOS, and the error went away.Then I updated this new working drive to the latest kernel (yum update again) and got kernel 2.6.18-128.1.16, and now it wont boot again, with the same message.