Find More Posts by brancalessio. Your time will probably be better spent upgrading the server’s OS. My problem is I can’t connect to internet by cable. They hope these examples will help you to get a better understanding of the Linux system and that you feel encouraged to try out things on your own. If I have to, I’ll figure out how to rebuild the kernel with too incorporated, but I’m new and would rather play around before I get to the dirty stuff.
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Comment on this change optional. Sign up using Email and Password. I run modprobe too and get nothing.
I’m trying to disable the too network driver in favor of the cp driver on my Ubuntu 8. Hi, I also have problems getting too working with dhcp 819too for answering so quickly.
CONFIG_8139TOO: RealTek RTL-8139 PCI Fast Ethernet Adapter support
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From what I saw in the logs, there is an error regarding the linus adddres: Third, what do you make of this?
Linux Kernel Driver DataBase: CONFIG_TOO: RealTek RTL PCI Fast Ethernet Adapter support
Now that we know which modules mii depends on we can unload the all the modules, reload the module we want and restart our networking. Here ‘s more information: If it is not use modprobe to load it and then netconfig. However, just in case I solve the problem afterwards, I will post here the details The time now is RealTek RTL at 0xe, This time around though, the problem arises when I try to load the modules for my card.
No working leases in persistent database – sleeping. I’m quite aware of that, but there are an unknown set of legacy services on that box. It wasn’t loading cp, it was displaying error messages. I can’t get cp to unload and I can’t get too to load, is there something I’m missing?
As a result this bug is being closed. I did everything you told me to do: Config file for modules. Unplug network cable going wireless only and errors stop. Search this Thread Advanced Search. Identified chip type ‘RTLC’ sudo rmmod cp lsmod grep to verify only too is loaded, and not cp works.