...how should I stop and re-start network using systemctl?
It should be "systemctl start dhcpcd@eth0" or "systemctl stop dhdcpd@eth0" respectively.
But have you checked whether your iso is correct?
I just checked the current iso in a virtual machine and there is definitely both a dhcpcd command and a /usr/lib/systemd folder.
It is also strange to me, that your device is still called eth0 because there was this change in systemd some weeks ago, that made new installations to use a new naming scheme.
I don't know why and more importantly, I don't know how, all my issues were due to Unetbootin.
Yesterday I noticed new isos so I proceeded to download and burn the last one to a CD. I don't know what happened but that was it: I had nano, dhcpcd and every tool you guys suggested to use (even though I didn't have to do anything because DHCP worked "out of the box").
Now I have Arch installed and everything works fine. Thank you for your ideas and your patience.
Hi guys, I kinda have a similar problem.
Downloaded the lastest arch iso,installed it using ethernet connection (intel chipset if it matters).
Reboot, no internet.
systemctl start dhcpcd@ebp0s25.
installed gdm and all the stuff.
Rebooted and now in Gnome my network devices don't appear.
Of course I do systemctl start dhcpcd@ebp0s25 I do have internet acess, but I'd like to have wireless too (intel 6205 chipset, worked fine in cinnarch 2013).
edit:Google it and saw that the eth0 renamed to enp0s25 and the wlan0 to wlp3s0 using udev: https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Ne … #Udev_rule
here is what appears:
Thanks for the patience and sorry for my bad english
Last edited by skinnie (2013-04-13 14:59:35)
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