• ilyawizard
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Ok, I've tried a lot of ways already. Here's the thing. First I installed Gentoo. This distro didn't even wanted to recognize my network card Linksys, even when I installed the modules (tulip for Linksys). Then I put Fedora (FC2) and it found my card perfectly, but it couldn't connect. Now I put Knppix from cd and Suse from cd, and they both perfectly have connections. I think in Fedora the driver or smth is not correct. Have any ideas?

EDIT: Another thing. I went to the settings of router, to the DHCP table, where it shows all the connections. When I was trying to activate eth0 device, AKA my connection in Fedora, it was showing a new connection for a few seconds, and then...connection failed.

EDIT: Nevermind I just changed my network card to the old one. So if anyone just knows what's happening (may Linksys is some weird card I don't know) fell free to post.

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