I can’t explain this. IPv4 with address I don’t know if that package you indicated is in this file but I didn’t have one bit of trouble getting the card to work with wheezy. Setting up rdkms 8. Registering new address record for fe No DHCP for desktops and servers.
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Note that I’ve dual booted my system with both XP and Windows 7, without having to unplug between boots or installations.
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What do you get with the output of as sysadmin Code: Select all lsmod grep r8 return? The loopback network interface auto lo iface f8168 inet loopback The Ethernet card auto eth0 iface eth0 inet dhcp plenty plenty-plentybox: When I reinstalled Wheezy this time I knew I wouldn’t have to compile any drivers, or mess with dkms packages, provided I follow the routine I outlined in my previous post.
I’s say firmware or lack thereof is not the problem here. Configuration changes unexpectedly, things that used just to work don’t work any more, system that didn’t need any maintenance suddenly has a life in its own and demands tinkering by admin to keep it working. I have to write a kernel module for school so I haven’t been home and honestly I have no idea what I’m doing.
In this mode of operation systemd-resolved is consumer rather than provider of this configuration file. I know now that, as I’m done dwbian OS installs for a year or so atleastI will not have any further issues.
I did not install any dkms package, although I did pull in the firmware-realtek package. Select all Module dbian for the currently running kernel was skipped since the kernel source for this kernel does not seem to be installed.
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I can see that there’s some issue with dhcp and its trying to switch between ipv4 and ipv6 but I don’t really knows whats going. Now a certain company is flooding Linux with all these “improvements”, systemd, PulseAudio, avahi, whatnot. It was well overdue, but I’ve put it off way too long coz I only use it for gaming.
Is this something you are forced to do every time you boot into linux? I keep my boxes r168. Then I read that I should purge rdkms and it would use the default r in the kernel so I did.
I am running Wheezy, and it worked fine with the stock kernel. Select all lsmod grep r Select all plenty plenty-plentybox: I don’t understand what you mean by, deiban Select all sudo update-grub Everythings peachy so far! I’m ashamed to admit that, after some years of linux use, I don’t understand this.
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Build the module and install make: Result, Linux is getting Windows-like. It will work for a couple minutes and then I will lose connection to whatever web pages I’m looking drbian. Select all sudo modprobe r and also check Code: Debian User Forums Skip to content. Select all dmesg grep r Noli pati a scelestis opprimi.
No DHCP for desktops and servers. Kernel driver in use: You put your nameservers into resolv. Setting up rdkms 8. Registering new address record for fe Devian all dmesg grep firmware.