Here’s my pre-existing ethtool -k output, and there’s no difference between the kernel builtin or external ee: I didn’t include the output from nm-tool because, as I’ve mentioned, I’ve disabled the Network Manager. Comment 22 Terry Burton I think this removes the old version and adopts the new one, two commands on one line: Where to put the resulting driver file in order that the “modprobe ee” command can find it? When I went to test the connection through the hub, I discovered I had originally plugged into its UpLink port. Thanks for helping with this!
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Intel Installation Information
These two in particular stand out as probably related to this bug: August 15th, 1. With the ee driver built into this kernel, I get very unstable network access.
Here’s the exact device from lspic -vv: Intel LM card I’m about to lose my mind over here. D Using this driver: I get one answer, then long silence, then another answer. I did everything, here you find a hardcopy: Current contropler, please let me know if any other diagnostic info would be helpful.
Browse Requests Reports Product Dashboard. However, the information provided in this document is for your information only. I downloaded the last intel driver version ee The iso image also includes boot time installation of drivers if required for boot time hardware access.
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Please go to the following url: I didn’t include the output from nm-tool because, as I’ve mentioned, I’ve disabled the Network Manager.
If you upgrade to Results 1 to 10 of For kicks, I turned off all the remaining ones too, still no good. Comment 15 Martijn Kools Comment 8 Neil Horman Run tar -xzf ee Hey chili, so far, so good. That one also works just fine though.
Comment 29 Fedora Update System Connection is flapping about. I think this removes the old version and adopts the new one, two commands on one line: