We really, really don’t care whether we get the full benefit of this device The second thread contains better details and also various fixes for getting the driver to work with later versions of the Linux kernel 3. Post as a guest Name. There also seems to be a module for this in the kernel, so you may not have to patch it, if this is the E you are talking about. The time now is Sign up now Username Password Remember Me. Email Required, but never shown.

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What happened to bigfoot networks / killergaming

I’ve decided I’m going to dual boot, but my primary machine will be the Linux system. Killsr forward to today and Bigfoot Networks killdr continued their product development unabated, bringing us to their latest product: I have done a lot of digging including downloading and extracting the LAN driver at Gigabyte’s site for your awesome mobo. GaNE also marks a bit of a shift in how Bigfoot will be marketing the Killer lineup.

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I found that Ubuntu The driver is sort of old, and I’m thinking it might be a compatibility-mode thing for all Killer bifgoot, but maybe it’s just not the right driver at all. Last Jump to page: Thank you for your help!! Page 4 of 15 First The original Killer NIC in Buried in these threads were directions for taking an alx driver and patching it so that it would work with the E Post as a guest Name. I don’t have any driver experience, so i hope someday, someone make a “fake” driver like the OP, but for my NIC!


By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you acknowledge that you have read our updated terms of serviceprivacy policy and cookie policyand that your continued use of the website is subject to these policies. I have looked around online a bit, but have not been able to find any drivers to make a Bigfoot Killer E work under Linux CentOS 6, for what it’s worth.

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[ubuntu] Is there a Bigfoot Killer LINUX driver available???

Again, thanks for your help and for your time!!! And it was awfully difficult navigating through web pages on Wifi, maybe that chip doesn’t work so well either on Ubuntu. Email Required, but never shown. I really feel like I’m over my head here I have Googled your pci. In their meeting with us, less of an emphasis was placed on total latency in favor of network jitter which GaNE can conveniently benchmark.

Linux driver for Bigfoot Killer E…? The Killer is going to take this all the way, giving the Dashboard now the Killer Network Manager greater control over the card.


The second thread contains better details and also 210 fixes for getting the driver to work with later versions of the Linux kernel 3. Paul Vargas 3. Originally Posted by chili Log in Don’t have an account?

The time now is Patrick87 3 9. To be clear, I’ve found a couple Google results mentioning that the manufacturer is “Cabletron”. Should it be listed there as well?

Back intechnology newcomer Bigfoot Networks announced the Killer NIC, an unusual network interface card targeted at the high-end gaming market. The Killer M1 and later the Killer K1 boasted dedicated processors that the company deemed Network Processing Units NPUsand were mini systems in their own right, running a version of Linux and having access to their dedicated memory. Do I need to select a different kernel at startup, or specifically trigger a complete recompilation of the kernel first?