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Old 11th March 2005, 11:42 AM
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no network after resuming from hibernation

I have FC3 installed on nx9000 laptop.
With FC2 I could hibernate (a.k.a suspend-to-disk) by installing and compiling a kernel.
Since I upgraded to FC3 I had a lot of problems with it. Currently, the last (?) problem that remains is the network.
There is no network after resuming from hibernation.
I am connected to tha LAN with ehternet typical adapter with fixed IP address.
ifconfig shows that I have the address, but I cannot brows or even ping.
I tryed shutting down network service before hibernation and starting again after resume - but it doesn't help.
I am far from being an expert in networking -
can someone advise as for what might have gone wrong, and how do I check it?

kernel 2.6.11
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