Fedora 12 Nvidia Problem Solved :Punuptech.com

Visit here : http://punuptech.com/2010/02/fedora-12-nvidia-problem-solved/

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How to rlt8139 D Lan in Fedora Core 6

How to Install rtl8139 D Lan in Fedora 6 or Any Version (try for any kernel).

See if the device is known;


and as a root

[Puneet@localhost ~]$su –

[Puneet@localhost ~]$ Password:

[root@localhost ~]# /sbin/lspci -v

The Above Command will show the Devices

See if the driver is loaded with the following command :
[root@localhost ~]#cat /proc/modules | grep 8139too

if the above command shows 8139too (most probably )exits in between the result ,it means you have to try using first the following

as a root

[root@localhost ~]#depmod -a

[root@localhost ~]#modprobe rtl8139too


for only rtl8139

[root@localhost ~]#depmod -a

[root@localhost ~]#modprobe rtl8139

modprobe rtl8139 or rtl8139too installs the driver file for the card, but also any other modules rtl8139 is dependent on (namely pci-scan). It’s basically a shell for the command insmod. insmod has an option, -f, just for such an occasion which forces an installation of a modules despite a kernel-module mismatch.
However, short of adding this option to the modprobe configuration file, I couldn’t find a way to get modprobe to pass this option to insmod. YOu could just go ahead and use insmod -f on both pci-scan and rtl8139, but since the modprobe config file needs to be edited evenually anyway (for a different
reason), I went the config file route

Modify /etc/modules.conf

add the following lines at the end of the /etc/modules.conf file:

Copy the Following and Paste it in the modules.conf at the begning or end of module.conf:For 8139too(Most Probably)

alias eth0 rtl8139too

Save and Exit.


For rtl8139

alias eth0 rtl8139

Save and Exit.

The alias command lets the os know that eth0 refers to your ethernet driver.he insmod_opt command is sort of a hack to get modprobe to pass the -f Option to insmod. After you’ve sucessfully got your ethernet working, you should Probably go back and remove or comment out the insmod_opt line (but leave
the alias line!)

Now Re-attempt to install the modules

For rtl8139too(most probably)

[root@localhost ~]#depmod -a
[root@localhost ~]#modprobe rtl8139too


For rtl8139

[root@localhost ~]#depmod -a
[root@localhost ~]#modprobe rtl8139

The ‘depmod -a’ line needed to repeated since you’ve modified the
modules.conf ile. This should install the pci-scan and rtl8139 modules

Now Verify module installation

Type lsmod in the terminal . The relvant lines should look something like this:

Module Size Used by

rtl8139 12400 1

Now start the eth0 service :

[root@localhost ~]#ifconfig eth0 up

This starts up eth0. Check it’s up by running ifconfig and now restart ur( computer or lappy )

or u can also try restarting the network services from the command below :

first configure ur card by filling the ip address and then follow the command below :

[root@localhost ~]#service network restart


Enjoy Networking.


These are commands found useful in terminal as root

modprobe /lib/modules/2.***/net rtl8139 (*** means change the Kernel according to urs as Existing)

modprobe -c
cat /proc/interrupts
cat /proc/pci
insmod rtl8139
ifconfig eth0 up
depmod -a
lspci -vv


Some of the file locations

/usr/src/packages/SOURCES – tgz files
/usr/src/pakcages/BUILD – source files
/etc/modules.conf – modprobe configuration files

Happy networking


How to Change Fedora 8 Log in Screen

You can download many different login themes from:
http://art.gnoome.org (Login Manager)
http://www.gnome-look.org (GDM Themes)


Where To Install ?

Go To->System->Administration->LoginWindow->Local->Add The Downloaded File and Close.

Now Log out



Fedora Service Command Issue.

Today When i was using having root i typed service httpd start .it showed an error Message.

bash: service: command not found

I was Wondered when yesterday i have done the same thing ,it  had started normally ,what was the reason for that,i have googled and found the appropriate reason for that.

I Finally made to the conclusion that i have done the wrong thing today.

 What was that ?

i typed

[Puneet@localhost ~]$ su

password :

[root@localhost ~]# service httpd start

which i dont have to do so ,it Consistently giving me the same error..

bash: service: command not found

The main reason for that is i have to run su – instead of simply su .

Correct One. : –

[Puneet@localhost ~]$ su –

password :

[root@localhost ~]# service httpd start
Starting httpd:                                            [  OK  ]

If you are using su, remember the ‘-‘ option to get the target user’s environment (make it a login shell). Otherwise, you are running with your PATH, instead of root’s PATH, and the privileged commands will not be found (/sbin/ is not part of a normal user’s command search PATH).

This Solved the Issue.

Thanks to macemoneta .