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Re: [vox-tech] Dead ethernet on Thinkpad T20
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Re: [vox-tech] Dead ethernet on Thinkpad T20



On Monday 03 January 2005 15:42, Bill Kendrick wrote:
> > Check syslog/dmesg for any suspicious messages.
>
> I tried, but didn't see anything notable in there.  I am naive, though. ;)

Well, if you don't see anything you cant understand probably nothing there ;)


> > Are you 99+% sure cable/port is good?
>
> Yes.  I pulled the cable from our wireless access point (which I had been
> using to get online with her laptop when the builtin NIC stopped working
> for me), and it didn't do anything, either.

ah

> > Umm.. Burn a new one?
>
> Actually, the one I tried was a Knoppix for Kids, so it was pressed, not
> burned!

Umm burn a new one ;) (emphasis on new :P )

>
> I think I have another one lying around somewhere...
>
> > You guys are big BT users, right ;)
>
> If by "you guys" you mean me, then no. :^)

If I meant you I would say "you", hehe.



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