Kimmo Vassinen kimmo-vassinen wrote on I also know that I could use the wire connection from a tty, but I don’t remember if I plugged the cable before or after re booting the laptop I did manage to unpack the tar file, though, and got this on install: I compiled the new module from the link provided by apollo13, but it didn’t loaded, giving an “Unknown symbol in module, or unknown parameter” error message. And there is strange behaviour: The strange thing is that the knoppix live dvd I got, find’s the link stight away while booted from DVD. Starting with Centos 5.
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I even tried to install r I tried it by downloading from realtak site for this particular model and find some.
Requires the dkms package available in RPMForge. How to install linux driver Ok, so presumably the tar file needs to be in a certain directory?
Realtek RTL8111B / RTL8168B NIC
Good to know that it will work fine on gutsy. Same problem as Nicolas Albert with big file transfers Starting with Centos 5.
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Thanks for the update. Go to the src directory of the r source.
AdditionalResources/HardwareList/RealTekRTLb – CentOS Wiki
Anything is fair game. Install the new kernel.
Can confirm on an Asus G1 lspci -vvnn It has also been reported that under some circumstances, even linix cards which seem to function with the driver included in 5. I saw a site that said this driver was supported in kernal 2. I figured out today about that conflict, I will research deeply “why” and post the info. I’m also concern by this bug.
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Nicolas Albert nicoa wrote on Leann Ogasawara leannogasawara wrote on Not sure if its because you remove the module and then ,inux the “realtec” module. I compiled the new module from the link provided by apollo13, but it didn’t loaded, giving an “Unknown symbol in module, or unknown parameter” error message. Same problem on asus V6J I’ll backport the driver of gutsy to feisty etl8168b do some tests.
Open a terminal and type: Confirm that the driver was copied to the right place.
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I thought it was related. Leterp opatetausatecladoeomickeymouse wrote on What I’d like to know is has anybody else installed the r Installing the realtek r on centOS 4.
Either from RPM or compiling a custom kernel. I tried it by downloading from realtak site for this particular model and find linkx. Hope someone can figure this out.
You can check the state of the module any time using the command dkms status.
MarcoBazzani visik7 wrote on Per Kalyan and Pleban’s the original bug reporter last comment, this appears to be fixed in Gutsy so this report is being closed against linux-source- 2.