That’s another reason why I’d like to track down how and where the driver is being loaded during boot. Debian does not have a driver for eth1 ee , so I installed the driver provided by Intel ee All times are GMT What lsmod grep e says? Current Kernel is 2.
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Overview The Linux base drivers support the 2. I will give you some commands now to begin with. Check Link State Then later in dmesg output I see this: Last edited by gbonvehi; at I decided it was time to hack somethng, but what?
I looked at those pages before but they do not provide me with a solution. When I run lsmod grep e I get ee 0 and I only see eth0 when executing ifconfig.
Thanks a lot for this thread, i managed to ethenret ethernet to work on my old HP laptop. At that time, Linux distributions typically included several kernels, offering support for a variety of devices that might be needed to boot and install a Linux system.
[Appendix D] D.6 Using Loadable Ethernet Drivers
Safari Chrome IE Firefox. Intel Corporation Device a rev f1 I found it using Code:. I have a server running Debian 6. The install location listed above is the default location. If anyone else sees an error in my post please PM me and advise here I mentioned this in my original post.
[SOLVED] Intel Ethernet Card not recognized [Archive] – Ubuntu Forums
Apr 9 ’16 at Anyway, just for the record, in my case the Intel driver version I downloaded was the 1. There have to be many others facing this issue.
All hardware requirements listed apply to use with Linux. How do I add command to the answer body? I’m pretty sure you didn’t run lspicand I don’t recognize device not found as the sole output from ifup eth0.
Linux* Base Driver for Intel® Gigabit Ethernet Network Connections
Since you’re on debian, the command: Basically removing the module and reinserting it. Debian does not have a driver for eth1 eeso I installed the driver provided by Intel ee ALLLLSO sorry for flooding my own thread do i need to do anything similar to sudo apt-get install linux-headers-generic iv been doing a lot of reading and many people suggest this as a part of the process but never really explain why.
As an example, the command: No such device sudo ifconfig wlan0 up 3 Looking at the error message above, I have modified persistent-net. Removed etherneh old module and installed the new one: Please consider upgrading to the latest version of your browser by clicking one of the following links.