Fedora Installation :: F11 Wont Install Without Network Connection

Jun 10, 2009

Im trying to install fedora 11 full from the multiple cds and it fails on cd1 after fedora cant find a network connection and forces me to configure it via dhcp or manual ips."This requires that you have an active network connection during the installation process. Please configure a network interface"

"No Network Available Some of your software repositories require networking,but there was an error enabling the network on your system".my mb is an asus: a7n8x deluxe with a 3com and nvidia lan chipsets.

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Fedora Installation :: F12 Install Doesn't Configure On Board Network Connection

Apr 7, 2010

Doing a fresh F12 install on a Dell Vostro 430. Machine needs to have 2 Network adapters for our setup.The install seems to go just fine but the on board network adapter doesn't appear to get detected/configured. If I look in /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts all I find is ifcfg-eth0 and ifcfg-lo. Looking carefully at ifcfg-eth0 I see it's the second card that I've put in the machine.As a test I removed the second network card and did another fresh install of F12. This time in /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts all I have is ifcfg-lo. When I go to system>Administration>Network Device Control I see no network devices displayed.

Is this an issue others have seen with F12 or is it possible my on board network adapter has an issue?BTW I did check the BIOS to be sure that Onboard Lan was enabled and it is.output from "lspci -k " with both cards installed on machine (I only listed Ethernet controllers)

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May 17, 2010

I just installed 10.04 64 bit to a windows 7 64 bit. After the install wubi works fine (except it hangs for like 1 minute saying Try hd(0,0) NTFS5: no wubildr), but windows 7 cant connect to the internet anymore. if i run ipconfig, it lests my ethernet adapter, but says that no network connection avaiable, the troubleshooter advises to plug in my ethernet cable. (it is plugged in, the net from ubuntu works fine.) Heres the output from lspci, dunno if helps:


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Oct 18, 2009

I have Fedora 10, and today I finally had an opportunity to let the automatic software updates run. At the end it said to restart the pc. I restarted and now it won't connect to the network. What do I do to get it connected again?

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Jul 2, 2010

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Aug 29, 2011

I installed Fedora 14 on my new PC but I don't have network connection. In fact, I hit the command "lspci" and the prompt return :

Ethernet Controller : Intel Corporation 82579V Gigabit Network Connection
So, I created a ifcfg-eth0 file on /etc/sysconfig/network-script because it doesn't exist :


Then, I restart network service, but eth0 is down, no device found for the connection eth0.

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Fedora Installation :: Install 12 Without Net Connection?

Nov 20, 2009

Am I missing something, or Fedora 12 cant be installed without internet connection? I've downloaded full x86_64 fedora 12 DVD (3.3Gb) and after partitioning, i must have a net connection, and if i dont have it, it exits installer with message like - some software repositories need net connection, and havent been found - exit installer. So i am asking is there any way to just install what is on DVD without network repositories? (when i deselect all NET repositories it says at least ONE have to be enabled? This wasnt so in any previous fedoras? been using it since fedora core 1!.. IS there any boot option to skip network repositories? I just cant install it?

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Mar 19, 2011

I have Fedora 14 installed on my s/m with the default gnome desktop environment. Now, I want to install some KDE applications which I found to be very useful. I want to install KDE from fedora 14 DVD as my internet connection is very slow. It was a failure when I tried pointing the yum.repos.d/fedora.repo file to DVD to install using yum. Should I create a repository like what we do in RHEL to configure yum server(How to do it in fedora ???) Or is there any other method to install KDE repository on my system.

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May 14, 2010

I am trying to Setup citrix ICA client 9 on Ubuntu 9.04 Server. I installed it very easily and I am not getting any lib error also. But when I try to connect to the citrix server, it fails with a pop up saying "Error in Network Connection Network or Dialup connection may be preventing ......" This is driving me crazy from 3 days. My project is to check the feasiblity of a Linux desktop

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Jun 10, 2011

I wanted to avoid having to use my CDs, DVDs weren't an option, and I didn't have very large usb sticks. It seemed my only option for installing openSUSE onto my laptop was with some sort of network install/boot.

I ended up finding this really cool service, netboot.me. What you can do is download a very small image (<1MB) for a floppy, USB stick, or CD, and then boot off of it. Then you can either install pre-defined distros over the network (straight from the distro's servers), or you can make an account (by connecting your google account), and then make your own configuration. I managed to make a configuration for openSUSE 11.4, and I was able to completely install it, via only using one floppy disk and the internet!

My first step in the process was to download the floppy image. Since I was on a windows computer, I then downloaded rawwrite for windows, and I wrote the image straight to the floppy. After that, I restarted the computer and booted from the floppy. It loaded the image, then asked me to press a key or wait for 3 seconds. In order to boot from my configuration, this was the point where I had to press a key, and then choose the option of loading the custom configuration. The configuration I made has an ID of 434001 (which anyone is free to use). Unfortunately, according to their community, the gPXE "network stack" isn't very optimizied, so the initial two downloads took awhile (my speed was locked at 65 kB/s.)

It then began booting in the installation environment, which took about 15 minutes, although download speeds were now back at normal, faster speeds. I configured my installation, and let the package downloading begin!

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Mar 27, 2009

I downloaded the ISO for the network install and burned and booted it just fine. It detected my network card and got a valid ip.When it goes to actually start to install it gives an error saying:cannot retrieve repository metadata and makes mention of some file called repomd.xml

I put the url listed into my browser and it listed all the mirrors and I checked a few of the mirrors to see if they were up and they were.What gives with this? Why doesn't the network installer find the repositories properly?

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Jun 14, 2010

I have done a base install with CD#1 and can boot to a prompt and login with root. I cannot use the network. There is no system-config-network program for me to run. There is also no network-manager in chkconfig --list. There is a network item in chkconfig --list and I have turned it on and rebooted to no effect. Googling for base install has found me virtually no information to go on.

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Sep 5, 2010

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Jul 12, 2011

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Jul 9, 2010

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Jun 10, 2009

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Jun 15, 2010

i want to install Fedora 13 on a x86 PCi want to boot from a usb disk, and install from a LAN http serverbut i got a faild as "Unable to retrieve the install image"i have tried to check apache log,access log:

Code: - - [15/Jun/2010:18:44:20 +0800] "GET /fedora//images/updates.img HTTP/1.1" 404 298 "-" "anaconda/13.42"


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Jun 28, 2010

I have an F11 on an old box 686 athlon with an old nVidia Corporation NV5 [RIVA TNT2/TNT2 Pro] (rev 15) AGP. I am trying to do a network install upgrade to F13. I cannot get it to display the install menus from the network install disk. I get the initial screen with the install, basic video, repair, etc choices, but after I select the install/upgrade option, I see the CD drive read but the LCD monitor display never appears. The ready light on the monitor just keeps blinking and the display stays dark. Is there anyway of getting an error log to see what is going on?

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May 24, 2011

Today I download a fedora beta iso file, then I try to install it following the steps I installed fedora 14. However, the install guide ask me to connect to network, if not , I had to exit installation. I just want to install fedora 15 from my local iso file. What's wrong?

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Jun 30, 2011

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Jan 4, 2010

I have problem after install opensuse 11.2 on lenovo R61. I have no connection to internet, although on liveCD (opensuse 11.2) is internet connection functional. In ubuntu or opensuse 11.1 was all OK, connection was functional.- at DSL Configuration / Ethernet Card is Unknown device- in hardware is Card: 82566MC Gigabit Network Connection (eth0)- modprobe wl write it FATAL: Module wl not found.

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Currently my new server pc (Mobo - ASRock H97M-ITX/AC) is not connecting to the network and it seems to be due to the network card alx drivers. I have downloaded the compat drivers and backports associated with the issue in other posts and on other forums but haven't been able to get it running.

When I install a usb drive of any type to try and transfer the drivers over I get the messages "443.057769 sd 7:0:0:0: [sdb] Assuming drive cache: write though" & "443.057769 sd 7:0:0:0: [sdb] No Caching mode page found".

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Jun 18, 2009

During the installation process, configure the network installation process requires, as a result of my wireless network card can not be drived, It is not possible to continue with the installation,please help me.

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Aug 31, 2010

I just installed Ubuntu on my 2009 HP netbook, which has a Broadcom 802.11b/g WLAN. It is now a dual boot, with Win XP, which is still able to connect to my Sprint 3g/4g mobile hotspot. My iMac also has no problem connecting to the hotspot. How do I configure Linux to detect the wireless network? I copied the Broadcom driver (while in XP) to a flash drive, but I can't open it in Linux.

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Feb 14, 2010

I recently installed Open SUSE 11.2. It's a pretty cool OS. Anyway,sadly enough, I cannot access my internet connection via my USB internet modem. Worst of all, Open SUSE cannot detect the USB modem device. I am currently new to Linux and I may be overlooking something. I also clearly figured that Linux online is better than Linux offline from what I read from blogs and numerous posts. So in essence, I cannot fully appreciate the true power of Open SUSE 11.2 offline. Would there be a way to install my USB modem device?

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Oct 20, 2010

Version 11.2 worked all right. After installation of 11.3 the internet can no longer be reached. I formatted the system partition but not the home partition.Here is the shortened output of the script netinfo:

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Ubuntu Installation :: No Wireless Network Connection?

Sep 6, 2010

I have been uninstalling, reinstalling, .... for about the past 14 hours and finally I realize I need help. First, I am trying to install the latest Ubuntu 10.04.1 (64-bit) on a Windows 7 laptop (HP Pavilion).

I did have 10.04 running for a few months on this laptop but when I recently upgraded to ver. .... 32-24 things started to go wrong. Suddenly, I could no longer even bootup Ubuntu ...32-24. But, I was able to use ...32-23 or ...32-21 which were also on my machine. Then in trying to fix ...32-24 all my installed versions of Ubuntu 10.04 became unbootable. I tried many suggestions (see my postings on this yesterday and today on the Ubuntu forum -- General help) .

I realized that this was hopeless after many attempts. I could not bootup, even from my bootable Ubuntu CD. I then decided to just begin from scratch and install the latest downloadable Ubuntu --- I started with this early this morning. This went rather smooth; but, no matter how many reinstallations I did, I could never make a wireless connection to the network. Note, the same wireless hardware and settings were used as in the previous working versions of Ubuntu 10.04 and Windows 7 (on the same machine) --- I have not made any hardware changes.

I am sending this message from my desktop PC which has Ubuntu 10.04 (32-bit) and again, I have carefully checked and verified that the setting for my wireless connection to the internet are identical for both (this desktop and my laptop). However, I am still unable to make a wireless network connection on my laptop!

What can I do to get my wireless network working on my laptop with the latest download of Ubuntu 10.04.1? It could be that this latest download of Ubuntu 10.04.1 does not have the necessary drivers/software for the wireless network. But, it was ok in the previous downloadable --- I had been using it for a couple of months with no problems at all. Is it possible to reinstall 10.04 vers. ...32-23 rather that 10.04.1 vers. ...32-24? I could not find this on the Web.

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Mar 2, 2011

I have installed qemu/kvm and created a Bridged network connection which works just fine(Windows 7 VM won't work in NAT mode.)

But when I try to use NetworkManager it says that I have no network connection because the network isn't managed, (I set the settings in ifcfg-br0 and ifcfg-eth0 to be managed)

The real problem is that now I can't use my VPN connections (I have many) in NetworkManager.

Is there a way to have both of these pieces of functionality?

I am using FC14

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Nov 6, 2009

I'm using Fedora 10, and I have a problem using WINE and derivatives (e.g. crossover)

When installing wine and trying to use any program via WINE I get no network connection whatsoever, no matter which program I try to use. I also tried reinstalling said programs and reinstalling wine, but nothing helped. Can anyone tell me what might be the problem there?

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Oct 21, 2010

I'm also new with linux i tried ubuntu and mandriva, and they worked fine out of the box.But I wanted to try Fedora because it looks great to my opinion.After installing it, everything worked fine, so I updated the system, and after the update my internet doesn't connect anymore, but it does see my wlan ssid. but it just keeps on asking my wpa key.... everytime.

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