Robert Huff wrote:
Derek Ragona writes:

 Check the motherboard documentation for the ethernet chipset,
 then look in the kernel config file for your kernel.  It is
 likely simply not enabled in your kernel, or may require a second
 driver as do many of the ethernet drivers.

        Also check whether the network "card" is enabled in the BIOS.

                                        Robert Huff
On a similar note, some chipsets (SIS in my experience) with onboard NICs disable the onboard NIC if you have another PCI card.
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