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Re: [linux-dell-laptops] A question about Dell and CentOS 3.6

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  • Chris Fox
    ... Hash: SHA1 ... OK, so the card isn t being turned on .. have you tried issuing ifup eth0 at a root prompt? I ve seen this before in Mandrake but I don t
    Message 1 of 14 , Dec 29, 2005
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      Don Wilson wrote:

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      > On Wed, 28 Dec 2005, Chris Fox wrote:
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      >> Does the pcmcia service start on boot?
      >>
      >> I have CentOS on a Latitude CPi and it runs fine, recognizes both
      >>
      >>
      > cabled
      >> and WiFi cards.
      >
      >
      > The boot sequence does state "Starting PCMCIA [OK]" in all the
      > status and starting msgs. it also states "Starting interface eth0
      > [OK]" but the power and activity lights never come on on the card,
      > nor does the static IP or DNS IPs show as being associated with
      > any such ethernet device.

      OK, so the card isn't being turned on .. have you tried issuing

      ifup eth0

      at a root prompt?

      I've seen this before in Mandrake but I don't remember how I solved it.
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