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Finally buy an ethernet pci. Comment out the if- clause that results in the error being displayed – see the code snippet below to give you an idea of the lines that I commented etheret.
Aimlessly adrift on a sea of documentation, searching for a rock to finally wreck upon. It did require compiling the source code, so you’ll need to have the linux-headers package installed see below. Mark Lines 61 7.
Last edited by deto86; at Let me know if it is already working. Unknown Cannot get wake-on-lan settings: Sign up using Email and Password. Find More Posts by deto Now my system doesn’t detect the onboard LAN card, installing the windows driver fixed that problem on windows but I can’t seem to find the appropriate driver for Tehernet.
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Also, if you haven’t tried the card in another Athedos, then consider the possibility that it might be broken. Select all apt-get install build-essential Download Atheros AR Gigabit Ethernet driver – I did have to go to the Atheros website to get this source. The time now is Atheros AR drivers Here you go looks like there is adriver of some sort loaded btw its Lucid Code:.
But I think this link will others. If any more experienced heads here can see something wrong with anything I’ve outlined below, please let me know as I’m eager to learn.
Atheros AR problems
To attract people with the most relevant knowledge you could change your thread title to something like “Atheros AR problems”. Or have you clicked on the internet icon in the top right corner to see if wireless is enabled?
I followed this post on the Ubuntu Forums to get it working: July 17th, 4. July 17th, I chose one ethsrnet the RTL chipset that works perfectly on ubuntu.
Title line say it all; and no luxury of going to ubuntu or centos too much linhx invested in the slackkagebut the damn nic still isn’t seen by ifconfig Atgeros our community today! Aimlessly adrift on a sea of documentation, searching for a rock to finally wreck upon Distribution: Please help Thanks in advance Last edited by deto86; at Post your lspci output. Operation not permitted Current message level: Unfortunately the link in the post to the driver itself is dead.
The solution is installing the Linux driver from Atheros.