Re: My eth0 isn't wireless, damit

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On 27-Jun-2006 13:56.27 (BST), Janina Sajka wrote:
 > > > So, what's with the wireless presumption?
 > > Check /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-eth0. Chances are the TYPE=
 > > parameter is set to "Wireless", change it to "Ethernet". I think the
 > > network scripts ignore the extraneous settings that pertain to wireless
 > > networks, but you can most likely remove fields like RATE=, MODE= and
 > > ESSID=.
 > But there weren't any of these wireless fields in that file, and adding
 > "TYPE=Ethernet" didn't help. Still gives me the SIOCGIF* type errors. I
 > should think that specifying the hwaddr would be definitive, but it seems it's
 > getting ignored--something I've also seen on my laptop at times.

Can you copy the contents of /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-eth0
and the full output of ifconfig -a (and iwconfig might be useful) into a reply
to this thread?

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