The card should show up there as a pci device. I’ll check the card tomorrow to see if there is any thing on it that would note the revision. Card might be “undetected” because it uses a chipset not recognised by any driver. There is no sign of your card being visible on the bus. Tue Sep 13 I have this card too no problem please show “dmesg” command this my dmesg about this card skc0:
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X in future and this should include support for your card. The card is not detected on installation I see that others have this card installed, please help. Copyright c,,The Regents of the University of California.
I made another thread about it. There is a variety of possible causes: I think d-llnk website should find a way to make it stand out on their home page.
Then when it didn’t work I start reading more about pfsense, rev.g realize all the above explanation.
When somebody is considering pfsense, it is important to consider the hardware. As I said above there are a number of revisions of that card. We also believe everyone should be able to afford it.
I have a question about the card I was going to get. Is the card visible under say an up to date version of Linux? D-ink might be “undetected” because it is not electrically connected to the computer because it is not correctly seated in the slot. Reply Reply as topic.
The -dlink number is not important other than to allow us to look up compatibility. Non of this explains why it doesn’t appear as an unknown device in the boot log though. CPU supports Enhanced Speedstep, but is not recognized. Some breif Googling on this shows at least two revisions of this card: Product information, software announcements, and special offers. The only build of 2.
Here are the PCI devices detected but not claimed by a driver: I’ll check the card tomorrow to see if there is any thing on it that would note the revision.
dge5-30t As host of the pfSense open source firewall project, Netgate believes in enhancing network connectivity that maintains both security and privacy. Yeah, Ubuntu was able to see the card. Card might be “undetected” because a driver that recognised it encountered an error when attempting to initialise it.
Card might be “undetected” because it uses a chipset not recognised by dge-350t driver. Reply Quote 0 1 Reply Last reply. Our Mission As host of the pfSense open source firewall project, Netgate believes in enhancing network connectivity that maintains both security and privacy. This may be supported by the re 4 driver but possibly not the FreeBSD 8.
First thing I’d do is check the card to see which chip it’s actually using.
Doing this type of warning will avoid a lot of headach, and maybe having the list of compatible hard drive easy to find: As you can see this is indeed the rev C1 hardware with the Realtek chip device ID: