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Originally Posted by macreal Maybe I should just go and buy a ethernet card and install that.
Finish your Debian installation, 2 download the deblan driver, 3 download gcc deb package with all its dependencies 4. The suggestions there are to try the testing installers or to use a kernel from backports.
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View LQ Wiki Contributions. Do you know where I can download a precompiled driver?
Load the module using either the insmod or modprobe command: Channel Bonding documentation can be found in the Linux kernel source: The same problem occurs. I have also tried same steps for ee Sign up or log in Sign up using Google.
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To build igb driver with DCA: You might see something lneny on if you can get to the kernel messages at boot time. Views View View source History. For that reason, creating a copy of the old module would be advisable.
I ran that command under Ubuntu Some firmware files are packaged for Debian, e. When you get to where you can run lspciyou should be able to determine the native ethernet type.
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If you search on ee firmware amt you’ll see what I mean. But if anyone knows how to get the onboard card to be recognized, I’d be really glad.
Find More Posts by Wim Sturkenboom. Try using a complete ISO instead. This can happen, for example, with wireless network cards which often require non-free firmware to function see ipw for an example.
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The Debian Project invites interested users to test these packages before their release, especially on systems that use the updated drivers. Find More Posts by MrCode. Thanks for the response. What is exactly the model of your computer? Open Source Consulting Domain Registration.
Historically, firmware were built-into the device’s ROM or Flash memory, but more and more often, the firmware has to be loaded into the device by the driver during eebian device initialization.