The devices are present but not properly configured. I suggest you run system-config-network-tui to configure the network. If it is not installed, then use the [c6-media] repo defined in /... [by pschaff]
I have recently done a clean install of F18 including the MATE desktop which, as a fairly basic user, I find quite easy to use - I DID NOT install the gnome desktop.
In the Fedora documentation Chapter 5 discusses Network Configuration - both the Network Administration Tool and the system-config-network command - as being the method to configure network interfaces as well as managing DNS settin
I have been working on something where we need to configure the interfaces of a Red Hat Enterprise Linux system using system-config-network-cmd (so that my software does not need to gain vile abilities like reading and writing many different configuration files, etc.).
It will happily configure an interface, and things work fine.
It will configure two interfaces to be on different networks, howe
I am running Windows 7 Home Premium on a laptop which I attach to a network using Wi-Fi
both at home (where my network connection is configured as a Home Network) as well as in
a classroom where I attend a computer programming seminar (and have not yet really decided
whether I should have my network connection configured as a Work Network or Public Network
in such scenario, since I guess it's some