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Intel L Gigabit Network Connection Network | Ubuntu
In the syslog, the same messages appear as I have described in my first posting, so there nothing changes. Since I spent a large amount of my free time solving this issue, I want to intell people who will follow my path. Open Source Consulting Domain Registration. The L does not. In the meantime, I have replaced the network manager in KDE by wicd, since network manager would not let me ubunfu a static IP address Find More Posts by Counter.
That seems to intl a little bit extreme to me for drivers, but I’m greener than green on BSD and still very green to Linux in general I know, they are not the same thing. The output from Ubuntu would be more telling.
This leads me to assume that there is something wrong. Try a new kernel. I’m a Jr Windows Analyst and I’m on call for this holiday weekend and of course, someone broke something… I’ll leave it at that. The two other lines, I don’t understand either what they are doing. They hope these examples will help you to get a better understanding of the Linux system and that you feel encouraged to try out things on your own.
Extract from Syslog I know that this topic is very, very old, but I think I should share my experience.
Downloads for Intel® 82574 Gigabit Ethernet Controller
What criteria are you using to determine “not functioning”? Linux Driver Install I have a few question though, What are these doing: No activity on the network.
Originally Posted by beachboy2. GReiner 31 1 4. Or do I have to add them to some boot.
Originally Posted by Counter. Basic question; what makes you think it’s not detected? Product information, software announcements, and special offers.
[Beowulf] Intel 82574L problems with newer kernels?
Any help is appreciated. At the end of this post, I added what happened after plugging in the LAN cable at this card.
Intel states that it uses the same driver, but I cannot get PFsense to detect it. I’ll try recompiling the drivers tomorrow with interrupts disabled. Some interesting info there. It might show what the difference is if you could give us a similar readout from Ubuntu. Here’s the tutorial I followed: This tells me it’s not a defective piece of hardware. Regards, Jens Syslog extract: There may be something you can adjust in the BIOS setup to get this working, some resource change for example.
It might also be a more fundamental hardware incompatibility PCIe bus versions for example. Fortunately, I had another exactly the same motherboard, so I was able to dump the EEPROM memory image from the working motherboard and flash it into a non-working one.
In IRC I got the hint to try a newer kernel version.