The issue is that the r simply doesn’t work. Sign up using Facebook. There’s also a related question on this site. When the driver wouldn’t associate with my card I stubbornly thought there should be a way to make it do so in order to get the card working. I tried adding this line to the end of the file knowing that you’re not supposed to make manual edits:. Email Required, but never shown.
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Then unloaded and reloaded r but that doesn’t configure the card and there’s nothing in dmesg. Do I have to rebuild the driver so it claims it can handle my card?
And also please add output of uname -a. Email Required, but never shown.
I tried adding this line to the end of the file knowing that you’re not supposed to make 10ex edits:. That was a dead-end street. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Hey, I see you have rev10 of the device.
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You need this patch: Please contact me at peter lekensteyn. When the driver wouldn’t associate with my card I stubbornly thought there should be a way to make it do so in order to get the card working. Sign up using Facebook.
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Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. A wrong driver is loaded.
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I tried that half a year ago. If lspci -nnk grep -iA2 net – I have this: The solution seems to be using the r driver instead. They also have a driver called rjust like the dysfunctional driver from the Linux kernel.
Here’s the Realtek driver mappings in the system: The happy outcome is the following using smbclient: Post as a guest Name.
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You need to switch the driver. I want to compare it against an older EEPROM dump I have, my card suffers from amnesia which leads to a broken device advertised as Post as a guest Name.
In the network manager: If lspci -nnk grep -iA2 net – I have this:. You can download the source from Realtek, compile and install it, 1ec I did. If the device is already owned by a different driver, you first have to unbind it. I want the kernel to load an alternative driver for my Realtek PCI ethernet card, which you can see it at the end of the list as