Even if I choose a manual address I cant ping other devices. Are you new to LinuxQuestions. Thu Dec 21, 7: Now, when the module loads it will find its firmware, if it needs any. Fri Jul 09, 6: Linux – Hardware This forum is for Hardware issues. Yes, I know that, but it is an extra step that can fail, and completely unnecessary if your card is supported by the in-kernel drivers.
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Laptop came with Ubuntu from System If you’d like to contribute content, let us know. Hello, I’m trying to install Gentoo on my new computer.
I just missed r in the kernel options, thank you for pointing this dtl8111. Thu Dec 21, 1: Thanks for an help. They hope these examples will help you to get a better understanding of the Linux system and that you feel encouraged to try out things on your own. Copyright c Intel Corporation. These 5 lines is everything that I got when I run lsmod.
I guess it is too new rev 15 for kernel driver. Couldn’t find much on it apart from this, somewhat related hardware is not identical topic: All times are GMT. What is the most annoying thing in e-mail? If that fails, try the r driver from the Realtek site.
If that is happening, you should provide the firmware. It should work with the r driver.
Wed Dec 20, Thanks for the reminder of pappys seeds. It’s out the the gentol tree, so whenever you update your kernel you lose networking until you re-emerge it – and if you don’t have the sources to hand that’s a little tricky.
Though I thought I already had kind of answered your questions above?
Maybe it is not module. Thu Dec 21, 4: This will hopefully help us determine if the correct driver is loaded. Sun Jul 11, Thanks, fedeliallalinea, for your quick help.
Make sure all dependencies are satisfied then you can jump straight to it by pressing the number next to it in the search result. I’ll give them a go.
In dmesgs I find two unrelated errors: I just assumed that r cann’t working with your NIC. But it used to work. What to do now? Copyright Gentoo Foundation, Inc. Hosting by Gossamer Threads Inc.
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Anyhow, after rebooting nothing changed as regards the recognition of the card by ifconfig.