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For more advanced trainees it can be a desktop reference, and a collection of the base knowledge needed to proceed with system and network administration. The tg3 driver is part of 2.
To Be Filled By O. Board is a hosting board Board is replaceable Location In Chassis: System Slot Information Designation: August 3rd, The time now is And now it doesn’t detect the bcmm57788 card.
Now everything is fine! I copied the latest pci. I also already did modprobe tg3 and rmmod tg3.
Then I had to recompile and install the driver from http: You are currently viewing Kinux as a guest. Page 1 of 3 1 2 3 Last Jump to page: OEM Strings String 1: Broadcom BCM Nope, nothing’s changed. You should do that upgrade. How do I know what is the exact card?
The output of lspci is Quote: I bought a new laptop – Acer Aspire vg intel-coreiM. The installation of the tg3 driver from Dell was done according to Documentation But still, the network card is not there.
I had to change the script in the update-pciids.
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Unknown Error Correction Type: Having a problem logging in? Broadcom BCM For additional information: Not Provided Number Of Devices: Do you mean I should upgrade to openSuse Maybe I have to install ethernet drivers? Find More Posts by t35t0r. August 3rd, 9. I suspect that something in those old instructions referred to above messed up your system. Broadcom BCM I assume I had to connect my cable to the new laptop in order to check the last command, which I did sorry I’m saying those stupid things: