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Find More Posts by onebuck. Originally Posted by ve1drg Well I went looking for the appropriate driver s for this ethernet card and I did find one. Join Date Jun Beans 13, Are you new to LinuxQuestions.
Sign up using Facebook. Rated 5 out dge-530 5 by Tito Boy from I am still ignorant about networking I bought it because my old onboard ethernet quit working.
To send dhcp requests over a particular interface use something like dhclient eth0 What distro is this BTW? 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.
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It looks like it tries and tries but never connects. The time now is This book contains many real life examples derived from the author’s experience as a Linux system and network administrator, trainer and consultant.
The time now is I was looking for something like “dlink” in the lsmod output. You are currently viewing LQ as a guest.
Works great for home use! Shouldn’t be using MAC dye-530t as I’ve never turned it on. Went to the D-Link site to get the latest drivers too. The “lsmod” output for “r” is “size: November 23rd, 8.
D-Link dget gigabit NIC driver instillation?
Last used Ubuntu This is getting complicated. However,I still cannot get onto the internet because my computer have other networking problems.
Additionally, I got it working in 3. I put it in and it’s acting the same way. November 23rd, 3. If it’s recognized and the module for it is loaded, then I would check link status with ethtool and if that shows a link detected and lknux speed negotiated, try to run “dhclient” on the interface from the command line and try to see if dhe-530t tells you anything informative at that point.
First things first, It would see if the NIC shows up on lspci, and if it does see if the associated module is loaded “lspci -v” gives you the first and the module name and “lsmod grep ” tells you if its loaded. That’s the most advice I can give without knowing what the above results liunx.
I loaded a couple different flavors and they detect there is a NIC but it won’t connect to the network. I just bought a new D-link Gigabit PCI Adapter for my new Slacware 11 installation and I see that it can’t find it or rather there are no drivers for it. Update Unrecognized Zip Code.
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