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Re: [vox-tech] unfound ethernet card



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On Monday 17 March 2003 09:35 pm, Bryce Kuklok wrote:
> <html><div style='background-color:'><DIV>hey all,</DIV>
> <DIV>as some of you may notice i am writing this one from windows.&nbsp; at
> the installfest this weekend we did some updating on my machine and
> everything went fine.&nbsp; i shut it down, got home, and low and behold my
> ethernet card is no where to be found.&nbsp; it's a sony vaio pcgz505lek
> and i believe the card is an intel etherpro 10/100.&nbsp; i'm running
> debian 2.4.20.&nbsp; at start up a line fliues by that says something along
> the lines of "eth0: no device found".&nbsp; none too sure, it goes by
> quickly.&nbsp; any help would be much appreciated.</DIV>
> <DIV>-bryce</DIV>

Please do not send HTML email. This is quite annoying to read in a client 
with HTML rendering off. I'm fairly sure this is even aginst the mailing list 
rules, and I'd check but I can't access lugod.org.

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