I’m just a noob and I can’t get this to work. It works like a dream. Unlike later, USB 1. Debian User Forums Skip to content. I wonder if I’m doing something wrong to get this thing working an easy way. Join Date Aug Beans This page was last edited on 6 July , at
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Needed to unplug and plug USB again.
[SOLVED] USB Ethernet Adapter won’t work
As distributed with Zenbook Ultrabooks. USB Ethernet Adapter won’t work.
Linyx don’t recommend the Cisco adapter. The kernel was installed as soon as I’ve ran update. May 29th, 3.
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The driver for the chipset Asix AX included with the Raspbian kernel v 3. Y However, I find some old bug stating it won’t work out of the box in Debian. For more information, see interfaces 5. Does not work without powered USB hub.
With older kernels adapter working about 10 minutes without problem, but after that kernel write error message to dmesg and no packet is received.
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Post as a guest Name. The time now is If nogo, try dhclient eth1. The driver for this chip is in the Linux kernel module asix. What am I missing? I’ve never done anything even like that.
Select all This file describes the network interfaces available on your system and how to activate them. Works out llinux box very stable with asix kernel driver on latest raspbian 3.
Works without a powered hub or when plugged into an unpowered hub on a Model “A” Pi. New USB device strings: Obviously I need an adapter for which Ubuntu has drivers built-in. TP1-TP2 voltage measured solid at 4.
The one they replaced it with wouldn’t work under linux or Windows 7 either. Works out of the box without any setup. Join Date Jul Beans 5.
ASIX AX – USB to 10/M Fast Ethernet Controller with Embedded PHY
Works out of the box on Raspbian. I have a built in adapter on my motherboard that does show up. The Belkin costs less and I’m tired of waiting for replacements in the mail from Cisco. It’s using the asix driver that came assix it. Doesn’t seem to require any extra power supply. However, I find some old bug stating it won’t work out of the box in Debian.