Thanks for your help! Did you miss that step in the handbook? It hangs when dhcp broadcasts for a lease. Sat Oct 16, Strangely enough eth0 is now detected! Next thing to try is recompiling your kernel with your network driver as a module instead if in kernel. Copyright Gentoo Foundation, Inc.
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My ethernet was working fine on the minimum install cd I do not understand the reason for this but turning it into a module kinda fixed it read below for details.
It took a ton of time to compile but after everything was done vix I rebooted everything worked great! Thanks for your help! I also tried ifconfig to see if eth0 was being listed.
But then I noticed “South” and that made me think Thanks Last edited by robs on Fri Nov 13, 8: Apparently turning it into a module was enough to make it work It should look something like this Code: I also tried dmesg less and did not see anything concerning eth0 In the kernel configuration, I have vf6103 set to: So I went back into the menuconfig and enabled that.
If it were me improperly setting up conf.
VIA VT network drivers for Microsoft Windows 7 32bit
I am positive that I emerged dhcpcd, what to do what to do? Display posts from previous: Next thing to try is recompiling voa kernel with your network driver v6t103 a module instead if in kernel. I connected a PCI ethernet card as you suggested and couldn’t get that to work either which made me rethink things. So I checked lspci it says: Cannot netmount as net. It was not listed, only lo was.
Sat Oct 16, I do not have mac address filtering or anything like that. Mike Hunt Watchman Joined: Strangely enough, when I modularized it and then set vja to auto load Eth0 was detected. Perhaps the problem wasn’t specific to the built-in ethernet on the mobo at all. So added all the PHY options in anyways into the kernel.
Fri Nov 13, 1: I tried with and without the PHY options: All times are GMT. According to the error I don’t have the correct settings in the kernel.
VIA VT6103 network drivers for Microsoft Windows 7 32bit (4 files)
This is, in part, an email with a friend discussing this issue: Hosting by Gossamer Vt6130 Inc. Fri Nov 13, 5: It seems to me that I still have the wrong kernel settings. Thu Nov 12, Fri Nov 13, 8: