Post as a guest Name. I cannot get onto the internet and my computer kept on crashing during start-up. Installing in a standard PCI slot, the interface card features a standard RJ connection to a network. International orders are processed the next shipping day. All times are GMT 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.
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November 23rd, 7. I just bought a new D-link Gigabit PCI Adapter for my new Slacware 11 installation and I see that it can’t find it or rather there are no drivers for it. Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del.
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Click Here to receive this Complete Guide absolutely free. I untarred it and ran the ‘make all’ command and then when I ran ‘insmod sk98lin. It seems that the device cannot be found?
I learned something there. November 23rd, 1. Find More Posts by Alien Bob. It looks like it tries and tries but never connects.
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I take that back. The “lsmod” output for “r” is “size: Last used Ubuntu Share your knowledge at the LQ Wiki. Shouldn’t be using MAC filtering as I’ve never turned it on.
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Having a problem logging in? Network is using DHCP so not getting an address shouldn’t be the issue. First things first, It would see if the NIC shows up on lspci, and if it does see if the associated module is loaded “lspci -v” gives you the first and the module name and “lsmod grep ” tells you if its loaded. Join Date Jun Beans 13, November 23rd, 5. Oh well it’s working with the r driver so it must be the right ,inux.
Also, make sure your router isn’t applying a MAC address filtering that’s preventing new wired connections.