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How to get vmware esxi 5.5 to recognize network card in debian linux

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I have a new ESX server 5.5 that I am trying to get Debian Linux to work on.  I have it installed and I can get logged in but I have no network connection.  Is there any good instructions on how to do this?
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did you install vmware tools?
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if not installed vmware tools then try by adding E1000 interface else i would also suggest to use VMXNET3 along with installed tools.

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Had the wrong debian installation iso.  Thanks for the help everyone.
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What iso were you using \?
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I had the wrong installation iso.
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