now what???

=Jorge Boscan Etura= joretur at
Fri Jan 14 02:22:52 UTC 2005

check what module your wifi used to load and verify thats is being
loaded, if not loaded
try with modprobe, if not found, rebuild the kernel.

check modprobe.conf it should have somthing like:

alias eth0 dmfe
alias eth1 via-rhine
alias eth2 airo

I hope it works, provide kernel-version, module, card.

On Thu, 13 Jan 2005 09:00:59 -0500, jim lawrence <fedorajim at> wrote:
> i updated to the latest kernel now my network monotor says this
> Please contact your system administrator to resolve
> the following problem:
> SIOCGIFFLAGS error: No such device
> what do i do about this one???
> the device is my Wireless
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