ethernet wont work

Asked by Chou on 2006-10-16

ethernet isnt working on ubuntu. however it works on windows with the same computer.

im running an old acer Travelmate 100. ive been trying to set up the tablet features with no luck. after editing the xorg, my ethernet no longer works, all i did was add an entry. help me out

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charlessenf (charlessenf) said :
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I have a newer ACER 5000 and used the CD Image to run UBUNTU from the CD. I could not get my Wireless to work, nor figure out how to install my printer (which is attached to an lpt1 port on my router - not the Acre!. Need help!!

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Chou (superfreak-31) said :
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um... could you make your own support request instead of jacking mine?

yeah... uh... thanks...

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n3m3s1s4u (n3m3s1s4u) said :
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To the original poster - You are refering to the ethernet (not wireless)
Could you post what your ifconfig details are (is eth0 or eth1 listed?)
On boot up - details on the screen - does starting eth fail on the list - does it show?

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Ubuntu User (anotherubuntuuser) said :
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To do an ifconfig, open a terminal (Applications -> Accessories -> Terminal):

ifconfig -a

Also, it would be great (if you do mean wireless) to post your iwconfig results:

iwconfig

Thanks

Jim Jones

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JĂșlio Santos Monteiro (juliomonteiro) said :
#5

Use lspci and search for your ethernet interface, to know if it is installed or not.

Then, try using GNOME`s networks administration (at System menu) to properly configure DHCP or static IP.

If it still don`t work, try running the command:
sudo /etc/init.d/network restart

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Shrat (dyonisiaque) said :
#6

Same problem on acer 5100. ifconfig and lscpci show the card and interface. Anyway, it won't work.

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