Description of problem:
I have an asus z97-pro motherboard. Like many other boards it has an ethernet chipset from Intel : I218V. The kernel on the live CD/DVD does not have a valid driver for this chip. Thus one cannot use the internet and probably wont install fedora. Mainly the issue is this driver was updated to properly use this chipset after fedora 20 release.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
The default kernel from the iso image of fedora 20.
Steps to Reproduce:
There is a way aroung using a precompiled driver, like here:
Or maybe a more recent kernel. The actual kernel works. (3.15.7-200.fc20.x86_64)
Fedora doesn't respin the release media after a release. Unfortunately we cannot fix this for F20. The F21 install media should work as a result of having the newer kernel.