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comment Is there a list of NICs that work with linux?
Yes, for sure. I verified the info from laptop I use as well.
May
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comment Is there a list of NICs that work with linux?
I did try ubuntu 13.04 and it's still doing the same thing. I thought since it seemed like a DHCP issue, I could just statically assign an address. I did and for all intents and purposes it showed it was connected to the network, but it isn't. I can't get to internet and can't ping anything even on my network.
Apr
26
comment Is there a list of NICs that work with linux?
No output for dhclient. It just hangs at execution.
Apr
25
comment Is there a list of NICs that work with linux?
I did check the speed as well and it said "1000", so gigabit. I am using Ubuntu 12.10. Will be going to 13.04 though since that was just released and I haven't been able to actually get the computer up and running.
Apr
25
comment Is there a list of NICs that work with linux?
I do not have ethtools installed but using "cat /sys/class/net/eth0/operstate" it claims the NIC is "up". Running "dhclient" alone does not do anything. Is there any switches or anything I should use? Thank you.
Apr
25
comment Is there a list of NICs that work with linux?
I take that back. I was looking for something like "dlink" in the lsmod output. In "lspci" the module for both the NICs I have is "r8169". The "lsmod" output for "r8169" is "size: 61650 used by: 0"
Apr
25
comment Is there a list of NICs that work with linux?
Yes the NIC shows up with the lspci command but not when I use lsmod. How can I load it?
Apr
24
comment Is there a list of NICs that work with linux?
Last used Ubuntu 12.10 so it would be v3.5. Shouldn't be using MAC filtering as I've never turned it on. My router also only has filtering for wireless connections.
Apr
24
asked Is there a list of NICs that work with linux?