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Re: No network device found
On 2 February 2012 09:00, 1126 <mailinglists%elfsechsundzwanzig.de@localhost>
> I tried -current. Well, I not installed it, but tried configuring network
> during install. It said that there is no network device as well. :(
If it is a Toshiba laptop (I notice some of them use that wireless
adapter) , I do not have any experience with them, sorry. It is
probably worth trying some live Linux distribution to check the exact
models of the network adapters.
> Chavdar Ivanov <ci4ic4%gmail.com@localhost> wrote:
>>On 2 February 2012 08:07, 1126 <mailinglists%elfsechsundzwanzig.de@localhost>
>>> Hello list!
>>> I recently (read: yesterday) installed NetBSD5.1 (amd64) on my laptop.
>>> During install I tried to get the data via http or ftp, but that didn't
>>> work. I couldn't configure a network device either. But I didn't mind,
>>> because I thought I would just deal with it later. So, here I am.
>>> NetBSD boots up properly. But there is no network device, except lo0. That's
>>> the only thing "ifconfig -a" gives me.
>>> "dmesg | grep ethernet" says the following:
>>> vendor 0x1039 product 0x0191 (ethernet network, revision 0x02) at pci0 dev 4
>>> function 0 not configured.
>>> "dmesg | grep wlan" gives me:
>>> ugen0 at uhub2 port 2
>>> ugen0: vendor 0x0bda RTL8187B_WLAN_Adapter, rev 2.00/2.00, addr 2
>>> I'd rather post all my dmesg here, but I don't know how I should transfer it
>>> from this laptop without being online ;)
>>You best bet would be to try -current. Get the ISO file from
>>> Thanks in advance,
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