Ethernet not recognized
derek at computinginnovations.com
Tue Jan 16 19:17:09 UTC 2007
Check the motherboard documentation for the ethernet chipset, then look in
the kernel config file for your kernel. It is likely simply not enabled in
your kernel, or may require a second driver as do many of the ethernet drivers.
At 07:43 AM 1/16/2007, Juan Marrero wrote:
>Hi, I recently download FreeBSD 6.1, and I've installed in a new
>computer a couple of times and in none of the installation recognize the
>integrated Ethernet card. In the instructions that I follow in one link
>on your website, it says that is recognized automatically. What am I
>missing here? I'm new at unix or linux, I've only used windows and I
>like to learn something outside windows, but I didn't know it would be
>such a headache. The motherboard is a PC CHIPS P23G or something like
>that. I also tried to compile the X11 but it display an error trying to
>connect to freebsd.org, obviously because of the Ethernet card not
>recognized. Can someone help me with this???
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