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Slow network with e1000

I've got a problem with my network speed. I sometimes have full download speed (i.e. 5 MB/s, which is about my max. internet dl-speed) and sometimes comparable slow speed (about 0.5 MB/s). This is ...
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Manjaro Linux - Cable unplugged even if plugged

I have just installed the system (Manjaro) and I have one, major, problem: it says that my network cable is unplugged, even if it's plugged. I have a Realtek RTL-8110SC/8169SC Gigabit Ethernet and ...
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Force a specific frequency from my wireless card

How can I make my wireless card emit a specific frequency (the ones that it is capable of physically)? I am aware that a kernel module can help (please correct if I am wrong) but am looking for ...
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How to tell what wireless protocols my network card is using?

I want to know which wireless protocol my card is currently using. I found a similar question that tells you what network protocol your card supports, but I want to confirm that my card is actually ...
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NIC missing in 70-persistent-net.rules

I am using Ubuntu and typing ifconfig -a shows all interfaces but one(eth4), while the file 70-persistent-net.rules contains all(including eth4) but one (eth8). Any idea why is that and what are ...
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biosdevname is giving me “p120p1” instead of p1p1 — is this correct?

I'm using biosdevname on a CentOS 6.3 server to name my interfaces in a rational way. On our new Dell PowerEdge C6145, we have 2 embedded ports and two PCI cards with 4 ports each. On our other Dell ...
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Backtrack R3 can't find wlan

I have installed Backtrack R3 in virtualbox, but i cant find any wireless connections. Cant find anything in wicd either. What i want to do is to run airmon-ng start wlan0 in terminal, and after that ...
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Intel 87524 e1000e driver “Link Detected: no” but rx interrupts continue to increase

I am using 3.4.43 linux kernel with Fedora 14 and 82574L Intel NIC with two ports, one of the ports has hardware timestamping support for PTP. And I have installed the latest 2.3.2-NAPI e1000e driver. ...