Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 77125
Installer not finding network adapters
Last modified: 2014-03-16 22:32:05 EDT
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Description of problem:
Installing 8.0 on an HP Pavilion 760n, has integrated Intel 100 Pro NIC, I do
not get then network configuration screens. Also added a Kingston NIC and
still do not get network configuration screens.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Select Medium Firewall and allow www, ssh and DNS
2. Select everything on install list
Actual Results: No network configuration screens appeared. After install
there is only ifcfg-lo in /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts
Expected Results: Install to find network adapters
This box was running correctly with RedHat 7.2
Could you give more information about the steps you took during installation?
What install media are you using?
Down loaded the first 3 iso's from duke and burned cd's used the cd check util
at begining of installation to verify cds.
Skip cd check
selected US English and 3 button mouse
selected custom install
partitionsed with fdisk
table is as follows
1 Compaq Diagnotics
2 HPFS/NTFS - Windows XP
firewall is Medium Customized with WWW, SSH and MAIL
set root passwd and a user
left password encryption alone
on packages selected the everything box
started formatting partitions
Could you try this?
Boot the first CD of the installer, get to the splash screen for the installer,
then hit cntl-alt-f2 to goto vc2.
At the shell prompt there type:
There should be a line for every network device we detected hardware for and
loaded a module.
Could you report back what devices have a line in the output please?
There is a line for lo folowed by several zeros.
Then kudzu didn't find your network card. Could you please provide the output
of /sbin/lspci -v and /sbin/lspci -vn?
Closing, information was not provided. Please open a new bug if this problem
exists on current releases, such as Fedora Core 4.