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Old 8th March 2006, 01:13 AM
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Nvidia onboard NIC cant connect/detect

Hi, Im completely new to LInux, I messed around with Mandrake and now Im trying to use Fedora Core 4. I installed just fine and all that but I cant get a connection. Im using dsl speed internet and my NIC is onboard. Im using a Biostar TForce6100 motherboard. It has a Realtek 8201BL PHY onboard network chipset and I cant find drivers for it or how to do it. I downloaded the nvidia drivers from their site for their stuff, it has a network driver in the package but it wont install. When I try it says something about kernal source missing. Im really not sure what to do and any advice or help with linux in general would be much appriciated. Thanks
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