Logs show that ee: Thank you for your reply. Are you sure you are using cat5e? Transmit Interrupt Delay array of int parm: The time now is
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Get yourself another Cat 5e cable.
I couldn’t figure out what was wrong until I finally stumbled upon this answer. Turned out it was not the net card nor the modules, but the kernel and net manager.
Usually it should looks like: Only the new ee was necessary to make the card work. If it does then you connrction running an older kmod-ee that does not work with kernels newer than 3.
Then I’m back to the same question What would be a complete and reliable way to restart networking?
When I first put the PC together a few days ago I put Linux on it first and it had the same issue so not related to windows dual-boot. I don’t know how to turn off IPv6 if that is interfering and ideally would of course like to have both.
When you yum update you will get a copy of kmod-ee that nitel works with 3. Are you sure you are using cat5e? j217
I did it, and yum anwered with something like: The system needs another one. Select all dhcpcd eth0 eth0: Ubuntu Forums Code of Conduct.
If you want to list systemd services use ‘systemctl list-unit-files’. Intel IV wired ethernet not working Is this helpful?
Windows was only installed a few days later when I couldn’t figure out the ethernet issue connectikn and wanted to make sure it worked under windows. As if 1 or 2 of the 8 internal wires are broken or if the cable has been under severe stresses folded in an extremely very sharp bend or having been clamped somewhere.
I’ve installed an additional external intel NIC. Copyright c – Intel Corporation. May someone help me to: For my bit version, I needed “linux-headers-amd64”: