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    Exclamation toshiba c660 drivers problem

    i downloaded bt5 r2 ked/gnom and installed each on my laptop toshiba c660 24f
    but
    non of them can define my hardware
    no internet or graphics or any drivers installed
    and searched for alot of topis before i post here

    i use wirded DHCP connection for internet
    this is some solutions i tried and not worked

    from teriminal

    dhclient
    dhclient eth0
    ifconfig eth0 up
    service networking start
    /etc/init.d/networking start
    /etc/init.d/wicd start
    wicd_client

    i tried all of them but no internet and this is picture for( ifconfig )
    http://www14.0zz0.com/2012/04/15/22/770964532.png

    sorry for my english and any other wrong thing i'am beginner
    hope some one help me

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    Default Re: toshiba c660 drivers problem

    Would you please give more info as to type of wireless card, eth0 card, video card so we can help you?...You have to be more specific regarding the hardware.
    You can start by typing:
    lsusb (if usb wifi card is connected)
    lspci (if wifi is mini-pci)

    Or you can be more specific by typing:
    lspci | grep -i network (mini-pci wifi)
    lsusb | grep -i network (usb wifi)
    lspci | grep -i ethernet (wired card)
    lspci | grep -i vga (Video card)

    And see the type of drivers loaded by kernel: lsmod and try to see a pattern that could be matching your hardware. You can filter results with " | grep -i ".

    You can also use the dmesg command to read the kernel buffer (bootup information) and see all kernel results..See in results if any warning or error shown.
    If possible, send info to a text file: dmesg > "your file".txt, and analize it or post it.

    Hope it helps.

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    Default Riferimento: toshiba c660 drivers problem

    As far as I can see from the screenshot your wired and wireless cards are recognized.

    If you try to get an IP address with the "dhclient eth0" you should have an DHCP server on the LAN (most times the router/AP has a DHCP server).

    Give us please your network configuration: router's/AP's IP address, subnetmask etc.

    By the way is this a "bare metal" install or a virtualized installation?

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    Default Re: toshiba c660 drivers problem

    hello pixie..

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    Default Re: toshiba c660 drivers problem

    hello pixie..
    how about reinstalling the driver package... you can follow http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1598930

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    Default Re: toshiba c660 drivers problem

    i would assujme that the wifi card is athoros a/b/g/n of the 8190 series i think, also where is the ethernet card getting the 10.0 IP address?

    where in the world did you prucahes yout laptop and i may be able to help you more with drivers

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