Maybe it is not module. In dmesgs I find two unrelated errors: All times are GMT This is what emerge module-rebuild is for, make it part of kernel upgrade routine, you need to run it anyway if you are using nvidia, virtualbox, etc. This book contains many real life examples derived from the author’s experience as a Linux system and network administrator, trainer and consultant. Wed Dec 27, 8: There is probably a difference between rev 12 and rev 15 here.
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Some network cards supported by the r try to load firmware. I guess it is too new rev 15 for kernel driver.
This is what emerge module-rebuild is for, make it part of kernel upgrade routine, you need to run it anyway if you are using nvidia, virtualbox, etc. Often there is a 60 sec timout before booting mover on. Sat Jul 10, 5: Display ftl8111 from previous: There is something really strange here!
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With r driver there is no error. Thanks for your answers! I’ve been using the same NIC according to the lspci output for about 5 years with the in-kernel driver and have no firmware errors in the journal. Have it working now with a kernel built with genkernel though. Wed Dec 27, 8: I have no idea what is going on here, so, please, send me some links.
Drivers for Ethernet Realtek RTL// (r)
Maybe dmesg tells why. Sun Nov 25, Oh well, doesn’t hurt to be more verbose. These 5 lines is everything that I got when I run lsmod. All trl8111 are GMT Fri Nov 23, 6: It’s out the the kernel tree, so whenever you update your kernel you genyoo networking until you re-emerge it – and if you don’t have the sources to hand that’s a little tricky.
However I’m stuck with drivers issues. Works flawlessly with r driver. This will show you the entry. Tony, thanks for the very important link.
If that fails, try the r driver from the Realtek site. Visit the following links: This book contains many real life examples derived from the author’s experience as a Linux system and network administrator, trainer and consultant.
Display posts from previous: It should work with the r driver. What to do now? In my state of half-newbie, I’m very confused: Thu Dec 21, 5: Click Here to receive this Complete Guide absolutely free.