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

At one time the ethwrnet did not work because it was disabled in 8. 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 almost always compile drivers into the kernel. Try rreese6’s link it is a driver for your card. If anyone could explain it to me, I’d love understand why it ethsrnet without the insmod. You should supply these parameters to avoid probing for the card.


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 IntelĀ® 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.