LINUX R8168 DRIVER
I am trying to install an appropriate driver and hope that r Report back to heynnema. You could check the logs, by default another driver was installed. Solved by installing r June 29th, 1.
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Realtek RTL8111B / RTL8168B NIC
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Find More Posts by TheLexx. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Set installed Realtek drivers permanently Blacklist the wrong one: The kernel log showed multiple ‘Link down’ entries. If so I am impressed.
Post as a guest Name. Here is an outline: 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. Realtek r keeps going link up and down This sounds similiar to something I’m currently experiencing.
Index of /Linux/debian/debian/pool/non-free/r/r8168
AdditionalResources/HardwareList/RealTekRTLb – CentOS Wiki
July 2nd, 3. Realtek r keeps going link up and down As I mention in other thread, try to blacklist the r mod and load r to see what happen Updating the Kernel this section does not apply to the kmod packaged driver from solution 3 above or if you have used one of the driver disks from section 7 above because those drivers work seamlessly across kernel updates via the weak-updates mechanism.
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BB code is On. Join Date Apr Beans Hidden! If this helped you, please take the time to rate the value of this post: Realtek r keeps going link up and down It’s working now, I don’t know why WOW, I started investigating this before I kinux that you marked this solved.
Is that what you meant? The NIC driver hasn’t been added to the new kernel yet. Does not require nor depend on any other packages, particularly development packages.
Sign up using Facebook. Change the line KVER: If it is not an option to update the kernel maybe you can get an archived version of the module source.