Umar Farooq Khawaja 1 4 What else can I check? Are you using bit drivers for the NIC, as you have mentioned that you are using Windows 7 bit. Sign up using Facebook. Note that registered members see fewer ads, and ContentLink is completely disabled once you log in. Is my assumption correct?
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Downloads for Intel® Fast Ethernet Controller
Try simply typing as root the following: Having a problem logging in? Introduction to Linux – A Hands ingel Guide This guide was created as an overview of the Linux Operating 85262v-2, geared toward new users as an exploration tour and getting started guide, with exercises at the end of each chapter.
I believe it’s not being detected because the driver needed for this connection, the e, is not being loaded as a module. Then, I see that lspci sees the PCI device, Are you sure your data is not being routed through the Interwebsrather than through the local LAN. Is my assumption correct?
Downloads for Intel® 82562 Fast Ethernet Controller
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Sign up using Facebook. Last edited by reed68; at So, I believe I ihtel to make a module for e that can be inserted into the kernel. Hi T3slider, I did what you said and used the latest driver from the SourceForge.
At this point I believe that since I get the output for the V-2 that it will work if I get the correct module loaded. Find More Posts by T3slider. Or, in other words if the V-2 did not appear in the output I may never get the NIC to work even if I had the proper modules loaded.
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I ran what you inte, but it still does not work. All times are GMT Check out this page: I’m going to try it in the next couple of days and will post the results when finished. Local Loopback inet addr: Welcome to the most active Linux Forum on the web. The base install of Slackware 12 did not detect the V The only things I can think of are: I’ve download and updated the drivers from Intel to the latest version but the problem persists.
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The output of lsmod from last night was: