Broadcom NetXtreme 57xx Gigabit Controller through integrated ethernet adaptor ubuntu. Apparently, installing the new wlan drivers blacklisted the ethernet drivers. I suggest these as you were trying to install Redhat 9 in the first place, and these keep in the realm of RPM packaging and the Redhat world. The rest of the instalaltion went ok and I was able to login and use Red Hat. It would help if you added the status of these to your question.

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Good to hear you have found the solution sorry I couldn’t have been more help at the time. However, it seems to me that the Red Hat installation is not detecting the network interface, which works perfectly on Windows XP.

Problems configuring eth0 with Broadcom x 10/ Integrated controller

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Thanks for the advice. Hi Please find the link below http: Can anyone advise as to what I need to do to get the network interface working so that I can connect to the Internet Thank Deardoom. March 30th, 4. The tg3 driver is the correct driver for the Broadcom devices, and even Broadcom has now come out and said to use the tg3 driver that is out there. All times are GMT There is a post about your specific network hardware here ubuntuforums.

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If you’d like to contribute content, let us know. Installing drivers for bcm ethernet controller had a more or less same problem and i was able to solve it by installing the os with a connected and active ethernet cable.

Unfortunately I did’nt make a note of the exact error. March 30th, 2. The time now is After a lot of sweat I figured it out.

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Is there any way of getting this fixed? I’m certain you won’t have to do it after each reboot. My wireless card works and the ethernet still doesn’t.

Broadcom x Fedora Core 4 problems. You may want to try installing Fedora Core 4 or 5 now or CentOS, both of which have much more up-to-date software packages as well as kernels.

I however can’t seem to find my ethernet device anywhere Ask Ubuntu works best with JavaScript enabled.

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