Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 78829
network card problem probably because of misstake in boot/kernel (im no computer expert)
Last modified: 2015-01-04 17:02:09 EST
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Description of problem:
when booting an error caught my eye saying it couldnt find my network adapter..
looking a little closer a couple of boots I noticed the possible problem...
it seems to start networking before the PCMCIA services (or whatever u call it)
so when trying to start networking it cant find my network adapter yet..
its easy to fix by starting the network adapter when its done booting but it is
an kind of annoying bug in my opinion
so if anyone has the time and is willing to fix it please do so before the
next release (7.3 had the same problem just as many other new linux
distributions.. they all seem to have this problem)
I hope this helps fix the problem and helps making linux even better :)
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Steps to Reproduce:
just booting is enough :)
Actual Results: networking didnt work
Expected Results: it should have worked :P
There are two phases to network startup - the first will initialize all
embedded/PCI/ISA/etc adapters. The second will initialize all USB/PCMCIA/etc