Join Date Apr Beans Post as a guest Name. September 14th, 5. I’m afraid we’re stuck. Try transferring the driver using FTP to cesdis. Copyright c Intel Corporation [ BB code is On.

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Network Adapter 10/100 Base Driver for Linux* with 2.4.19 to 2.6.x kernels

Did you check udev? I think I need a sorta. I tried installing it using: In the BIOS, there is no such option too. Is there a switch on the system or keyboard to enable and disable the network?

It is reported to be stable, with the following known operational errata: Copyright c Intel Corporation [ 2. There is no simple modification to make it so. CentOS detected 2 of them but two or them are still missing from network manager. You are currently viewing LQ as a guest. So, what I did was to do an fresh install on Ubuntu 13 from a DVD and noted that it was unable to configure the Ethernet port. View LQ Wiki Contributions.


I captured the output of the “update-initramfs -u” command and saw where “update-initramfs” does process all 3 e files. Super User works best with JavaScript enabled.

Do not force the transceiver setting unless it is required for your network environment. Launchpad Janitor janitor said on This question was expired because it remained in the ‘Open’ state without activity for the last 15 days.

Sign up using Facebook. I 825557 searched for a driver for your ethernet device and I have found this: This card works perfectly under Windows on this machine.

There is any Intel Pro/ driver for Debian?

lknux Your system isn’t using “module versions”. In most cases no transceiver override option need be set. Support Mailing list Support for the EEPro driver is handled through the mailing list linux-eepro beowulf. Syntax errors during compile If you get syntax errors during the compile, your web browser or this web server’s MIME-types table is likely broken.


Debian This forum is for the discussion of Debian Linux. I have a small for factor PC with this same problem. When I pinux the operating system I found I were missing two NICs from network manager and when we used the command: Are you new to LinuxQuestions.

This driver does not support kernels earlier than 2. Here if ouput of lspci grep -i ‘ethernet’: Share your knowledge at the LQ Wiki. Tags debiandriverinstallintelndiswrappernetnetwork Thread Tools.


September 13th, 2. Don’t know if I can re-open this question. Here is the output to some commands on my Ubuntu system: There is no switch to disable the on-board network interface.