Having trouble to get the network card recognized by CentOS 4.8.
I have just dropped a Centos 4.8 with custom kernel (our POS system) on a HP ProLiant ML110 G7. Everything went smootly with cloning it in. First time firing it up, kudzu found a lot of hardware that needed taken out and added, i pressed F2 to let kudzu do it automagicly.
I just build a new computer with an Intel DP55WB desktop board which includes an integrated 82578DC network adapter. I've installed Fedora 11 but it is unable to detect my network adapter in any of the system configuration apps. ifconfig returns nothing but loop, ifup eth0 fails and says no device detected.
I have waited until now to upgrade my two server bare metal OSs from F16 to F17 since I have had good luck with all of my workstations and VMs over the last few months. These were both built late last year, so both have only ever had clean F16 installations on them. SuperMicro server boards with two onboard NICs and an Intel PCIe dual NIC card (82576) added in.
I'm not sure how to get my internal modem to work even where to start looking. I have created a mobile connection which uses asks for which country and service provider i am using. Not much detail except the number *99# and APN set to Internet.
We have a Fujitsu Primergy RX100 S7 server. It has two Gigabit Ethernet ports: Intel 82574L Gigabit Ethernet, Intel 82579LM Gigabit Ethernet. Cards use e1000e driver. I have installed Ubuntu 12.04 on the server. Both network cards fail to connect to (different) ethernet switches reporting there is no carrier.