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RE: FC2 - No eth0



> >Generally, there is a alias in your /etc/modprobe.conf (or 
> modules.conf 
> >on prior releases) that points eth0 to the kernel module 
> (driver) for 
> >your specific network card. Here is example:
> >
> >alias eth0 e100
> >
> >This is for an Intel based card. /dev/eth0 is using the e100 
> kernel module.
> 
> 
> Brian - here is my modprobe.conf file
> 
> /etc/modprobe.conf
> 
> alias snd-card-0 snd-via82xx
> install snd-via82xx { /usr/sbin/alsact1 store /dev/null 2>&1 
> || : ; }; /sbin/modprobe -r --ignore-remove snd-via82xx alias 
> usb-controller uhci-hcd alias eth0 ne
> 
> As you ca see it refers to the ne module.  Where do i find 
> that and how do i install it?
> 
> Pretson
> 
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What type card is in your system, Pretson? I don't see a module for ne on my
system.
Maybe that is supposed to be ne2k-pci, and somehow got chopped off?

The network modules are located in /lib/modules/<kernel
version/kernel/drivers/net
The modules have a .ko extention. I don't see a ne.ko module, but there is a
ne2k-pci.ko, or possibly netwave_cs.ko

Post the relevent part of the output of the lspci command if you could
please.



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