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Problem with Ubuntu

Post by drak2223 on Sun Jan 04, 2009 7:41 am

Well I dual booted Vista and Ubuntu today.My problem is it doesn't detect my router(i'm on a laptop) and Windows Vista detects it.I need to fix this problem since I will be getting slackware later and I don't want this problem to happen with that distro.If it helps my router is a Belkin. Thanks

Drak aka B1uEScreen


Edit:I think it may be my router its old belkin model and I have heard stories Linux doesn't pick up belkins i'll switch to a linksys

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Re: Problem with Ubuntu

Post by Digitalocksmith on Sun Jan 04, 2009 9:38 am

Please run a "sudo lspci" from the command prompt to see if it's being detected. hopefully that should throw up your card....

After that, run "sudo ifconfig -a" to list the status of your network cards....

Finally, run "sudo ifconfig eth0 up"

Post the results back here.


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