Having a problem logging in? PabloRQ pablo-romeroquinteros on Find More Posts by Mee. Can you try with the latest development release of Ubuntu? Your best bet is just to download the kmod-forcedeth file itself – here’s a link direct to the file http: Now I’ve changed the motherboard and i’m not using it anymore.
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Your best bet is just to download the kmod-forcedeth file itself – here’s a link direct to the file http: Some kind of solution.
I do the following: Anyway, with the previous windows like workaround the net card is fully working i’m connected through it and don’t know if apport can bring usefull information. Anything is fair game.
Bug # “D-Link DFETX PCI NIC not detected” : Bugs : linux package : Ubuntu
Now I’ve changed the motherboard and i’m not using it anymore. Otherwise, perhaps you can return it since the original is now working I follow the user instructions I enter the following command: I’m using the other one to connect to internet and try to find a solution. Join our community today! Linux Power User Bundle.
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D-Link DFE-528TX Driver v.5.0
Changed in linux Ubuntu: PabloRQ pablo-romeroquinteros wrote on Moritz Schneider, this bug was reported a while ago and there hasn’t been any activity in it recently. If the mainline kernel does not fix this bug, please add the tag: Find More Posts by Mee.
After that 5 the card works fine. You are not directly subscribed to this bug’s notifications. Having a problem logging in?
After searching the web I found this weird windows like workaround http: If you’d like to contribute content, let us know. I didn’t check ELRepo for that one though.
Download D-Link DFETX Driver v D-Link DFETX
You are currently viewing LQ as a guest. You can learn more about this functionality at ljnux Brad Figg brad-figg on The time now is You’d need to post the output from lspci -nn grep -i net to find out about the status of the DLink card.
Thanks, appreciate your help.
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