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I know it is plugged in. Dear all, Now I have trouble with usb2ethernet adapter. Since there is no bios it is very picky on how it boots. I can only offer two suggestions. Already did all that. Community-powered support for Plugable Technologies. Updating to CentOS 6 solved most of my problems.
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Board index All times are UTC. Since there is no bios it is very picky on how it boots. What is your kernel type? I shall peruse those links as soon as time permits.
Create a customer community for your own organization. Updating to CentOS 6 solved most of my problems. I know it is plugged in.
I can now have both ethernet cards and wireless connected and still keep internet access. Now, I install CentOS 6. David Tran November 29, The difference will be a line that shows the [i]Vendor: What is your architecture? I installed Linux 2.
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That is some great info. The install did not recognize the apple usb ethernet adapter. Tony Baldarelli May 16, Jeff Everett November 30, Best wishes- Jeff How does this make you feel? I can only offer two suggestions. Not a problem Acknowledged In progress Solved. I am going to install CentOS 6 and see if I have better luck.
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This machine is young enough that it is not that bad to switch OSs. I tried both NetworkManager and the default Network, and neither works. Log in or Sign up. Best wishes and thanks for letting us know what worked!
I am going to install CentOS 6 and see if I have better luck. Please let us know if we can assist in the future.
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How does this make you feel? Already did all that. Now, I install CentOS 6. Debian, Ubuntu, Fedora detected the usb device but would not boot.