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CONFIG_8139TOO: RealTek RTL-8129/8130/8139 PCI Fast Ethernet Adapter support
This time around though, the problem arises when I try to load the modules for my card. Are you new to LinuxQuestions.
I suspect that, although cp is blacklisted, the module mii drags it in anyway! I have an eBox which has two of these ethernet cards in it: EMU10k1 rev 07 Leann Ogasawara leannogasawara wrote on Alpha5 is set to be released Thursday Sept 4. October 21st, 1. Linux Kernel Bug Tracker October 26th, 9. Use the “cp” driver for improved performance and stability.
I did everything you told me to do: I changed removed the “needs- upstream- testing” tag, as described. Since I now use the excellent Ext2Fsd package on winXP to access the linux ext3 partitions, I can even attach the new syslog without rebooting twice. My problem is I can’t connect to internet by cable.
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Also, please specifically note if the issue does or does not appear in the 2. BB code is On. Maybe this hint enable Wake-On-Lan if you experience network problems and if you’re a double-booter, or try the liveCD from a windows systemcould be included in the “known issues” section of the distro??? Here is what we are going to do:.
IKT ikt wrote on Note that I have no network access from kubuntu, so I cannot install packages on the fly.
All times are GMT Realtek C doesn’t work Thanks a lot!! If you need assistance, please post back.
Linux Kernel: drivers/net/ethernet/realtek/too.c File Reference
October 22nd, 5. Tx queue start entry dirty entry Is there some other way to switch network drivers that I’m not aware of? October 24th, 7. First three line remove the offending modules, then with modprobe we add the modules we want. Changed in linux Ubuntu: