pcnet_cs device eth0 does not seem to be present
Shu Hung (Koala)
koala at dg21.com
Thu Aug 5 01:38:37 UTC 2004
The interface has not been brought down. I found these lines in lsmod's
pcnet_cs 14776 1
8390 6912 1 pcnet_cs
ds 12292 1 pcnet_cs
They appears everytime I boot the machine up. And the same problem
appear everytime too.
(One thing to mention: I didn't have an ifcfg_eth0 in that folder, till
I created it with the line "ONBOOT=no")
I think this a bug of the kernel or something. I found other users of
mandrake10 have the same problem. And the same problem appears with FC1
Christopher K. Johnson wrote:
> We could get into troubleshooting that, checking that the interface
> has been brought fully down, checking lsmod for dependent modules,
> etc. But the simplest thing to try is rebooting. If it works upon
> reboot then the original problem and your consequential problem above
> are both avoided.
> I concur with another poster that one way or another this is a bug.
> But the tough question to be solved in order to remedy it is the
> status of hotpluggable interfaces. For instance what is the meaning
> of ONBOOT when the interface is hotpluggable?
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