It seems to not want to work with my DSL modem. Linux thinks it’s a RTL equivalent. Intel mobo dhcp problem Submitted by tconrad on Sun, BB code is On. I believe, as the links suggest, simply pulling the card and cleaning out dust or the contacts would have worked.

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And welcome to the forums! BB code linix On. If you post your lspci and lspci -n output I can see what I can find out. But after two reboots with the cable plugged, suddenly it became claimed and started working When I blacklist the ‘cp’ driver, I only seem to get an IP assigned This book contains many real life examples derived from the author’s experience as a Linux system and network administrator, trainer and consultant.

The only ‘solved’ issue directs you to blacklist the r driver and replace it with a downloaded from RealTek r driver. Chip not responding, ignoring board” Lonux helpful: No luck even with putting in a separate NIC card. January 4th, 6.



Guess it’s time to either buy a linksys or make a router. Any linyx how I can get this to work? I can see the lights flicker as the packets go to the modem. Email Required, but never shown. Skip to Main Content Area.

Intel mobo dhcp problem Submitted by tconrad on Sun, Also, there is no eth0, eth1, etc. January 3rd, 4. They must cache the mac address from the machine that submits and won’t release before the lease times out.

This does not solve my problem. The time now is Borrowed a Belkin network card F5D only to find that this gets me closer but no communications.

Realtek 8101L problems

The whole mystery hardware thing really annoys me. Now, with a fresh install of Gnome Ubuntu Well, I cheated a bit and tried using the current dhcp addresses from my other computer as linuxx static address for the new one. So, the hardware driver was fine – this was a dhcp issue of some sort. They are on RC2 now. Thought it would be more dynamic than this.


Suse 10 Realtek rtl I paste the output from some commands. I’m having some problems with my network connection using SuSE.

networking – Unclaimed Network Realtek – Ask Ubuntu

I did some more reboots from Ubuntu and now it seems that the card is always claimed and it works Ask Ubuntu works best with JavaScript enabled. Submitted by schultmc on Wed, Does the L require a different module than too? Suse recognized the chip as a RealTek and is trying to us the too module I’ve already read the releases about the chip.