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On Thu, 2007-03-01 at 12:00 +0000, Nelson, David (ED, PAR&D) wrote:
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> > Sent: 01 March 2007 02:44
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> > Subject: [gentoo-laptop] ethernet issue (e1000)
> > Hi,
> -- snip snip --
> > What could be happening?
> > Does this interface support 100mb? or is it gigabit only?
> > Actually, I would love to find a gnome gui that my user can use to
> > manage both the eth0 and wireless eth1 interfaces. I have not found
> > working examples of this anywhere yet. any sugesstions?
> > Thanks
> > rick
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> A couple of points:
> 1) Is the ethernet definately eth0 and not eth1?
> 2) GNOME *has* a GUI to keep track of network interfaces. I forget what it's called but I have the latest GNOME on my PC and it comes with a little program to monitor and play with network interfaces.
> 3) Check `dmesg` after you try to load the kernel module. Any messages?
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Thanks, That was it! I used to have eth0 and eth1 (ethernet and
wireless) Now I have eth1 and eth2!
I need to go through all the docs to really understand how to deal with
networking. Does anybody have any good suggestions as to how to set up a
gui to deal with networking? I would like to achieve the following:
Let the users monitor all the network interfaces
Scan for and connect to various wireless access points
turn on/off the radio card when not in use
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