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> Communication Problems - newbie, ethernet card and router at odds?
post Aug 20 2006, 03:26 AM
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Whats this Lie-nix Thing?

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I've recently tried many different distros of Linux. Having tried and liked a live version of Ubuntu 6.06, and as everything worked well, (sound, broadband internet etc.) I decided to install it.

Following the (smooth) installation I'm now unable to get online. I'm using a Davicom 9102/A PCI ethernet adapter and an Origo adsl router. My isp (Metronet) tells me my router is working fine and Ubuntu tells me the network card is up and running too. The two don't seem to talk to each other as they did with the 'live' version. All works well when I boot to Windows xp and the live version of Ubuntu still gets me online too!

Any help and suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
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post Aug 26 2006, 04:39 PM
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Its GNU/

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gedit is text editor that part of the Gnome desktop. Are you running Gnome? vi is a console text editor that is typically installed in most distributions. After the eth0 was manually configured via the ifconfig command post the output like you did in the previous post.
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