To subscribe, send a message with the contents “subscribe” or “unsubscribe” to linux-eeprorequest beowulf. And the lspci output I write it down: I think I know what is going on. Something that the Windows XP driver is doing. Here if ouput of lspci grep -i ‘ethernet’: Just why do you say these interfaces are missing? This driver will also work with the following boards:
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Originally Posted by CheatCat Continuing the net installation by Debian is very hard if it don’t find any network card. Start a new thread, go this this Intel site and complain, go this this Linux Driver site and ask, ect. Results 1 to 10 of CentOS detected 2 of them but two or them are still missing from network manager. There is no simple modification to make it so.
But I think the lihux -u” command made the difference. After running “update-initramfs -u” I have done 2 complete power cycles and the Ethernet port has come up each time.
Yeah, I am talking about the wired thing. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. I tried installing it using: It’s not a cable or switch problem triple tested!
Find More Posts by craigevil. The only things present in BIOS panel configuration are: I have a small for factor PC with this same problem.
Post as a guest Name. Continuing the net installation by 8257 is very hard if it don’t find any network card. This driver will also work with the following boards: Copyright c Intel Corporation [ No, there is no dual boot on this system, it was running windows before the installation of ubuntu 10 days ago.
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September 14th, 8. Also, when i go through the rmmod e and then restore it i 28557 a new error. Find More Posts by evo2.
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You might wish to use FTP to transfer the driver source code from cesdis. No driver is planned for the long-obsolete i chip. But there is only ones for windows? The option flags are passed as follows when loading the driver as a module insmod eepro I think he should try it.