On 15/10/2011 18:58, Herakletos Helanicos wrote:
All of that stuff is done, I have already set connection before,
Automatic DHCP and tried also with manual setting (IP, Address,
Netmask, Gateway and DNS server) but noting was successful.
I have Fedora 15 (32bit) with GNOME, and I can't see Network Manager,
only network settings (in the right top corner of the screen) and
Network Connections in the applications tab in Activities menu.
Hmmm... (did a light come on when you inset a cable?)
I'm not a systems expert, merely a user. (So, I cannot suggest what
to look for in the system logs - perhaps another poster can do that.)
But, I happily use a laptop with Fedora; I would ask that you
describe what happens when you do this:
a. Disable wifi.
b. Start the laptop without a network cable
c. Make sure your settings are for auto - DHCP (for everything)
d. Find, and watch, the network settings 'icon'
e. Insert the cable.
f. Watch to see whether the icon changes - to a revolving symbol -
suggesting that a network address is being sought. Tell us what happens.
g. When it finishes revolving (or whatever), do these two things:
(i) load the 'terminal', execute this command:
(this is asking for a connection to Google's DNS server, and this
command checks whether there is an out going network signal from your
machine and through your gateway (whatever that is)). Post back with
what it says. If this works, there is network connectivity, but
(perhaps) some problems with DNS resolution which are very easy to
fix. Also do the next task: ....
(ii) check the network connections icon, right-click, and read what is
says for 'network connection' and post back here.