I’ve blacklisted the drivers as suggested. Have you tried all the PCI slots? What is the lspci -nn output for your device? It seems like your system doesn’t like the VIA card either. You can do this using ndiswrapper traditionally ndiswrapper is used to get wireless cards running, but it usually works for ethernet devices too. How can I permanently remove it?
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Something strange is going on because it doesn’t seem at all to be a Realtek card. I guess that is an issue!
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Thanks for the quick reply: Does it appear in ifconfig if you run: No such device Can anyone please let me know how to solve this? In consistent behavior like that is bizarre. So Fsst removed it once and more and restarted the machine.
Are you sure there’s not a hardware issue with your motherboard? However each time I restart I’ve adalter run the followings: There are instructions here http: That second card should be driven by the via-rhine driver.
I seem to have discovered the issue. If you don’t know what I mean by pinging your gateway etc.
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At this point you will hopefully finally have an ethernet device recognized by ifconfig. Don’t know whats going on. These are the commands you’ll need hopefully you can get your computer connected to the Internet somehow for running these commands; if not let me know: I’ve never seen anyone have this hard of a time getting an ethernet card ethhernet. What could be the issue here?
It does not find the rtl819d. It seems like your system doesn’t like the VIA card either. This is among the most common chips used by many for LAN, have been using this since eons when I first started with desktop Linux way back in You are having bad luck! I’ve seen cases where people have bought wireless cards on ebay that are ethermet actually the hardware they purport to be.
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Below are the infos: After sudo modprobe via-rhine ifconfig -a shows the same output. One more issue is that I cannot browse any site and it always says timed out.
Have you tried all the PCI slots? You can blacklist via-rhine by adding the line: ERROR while getting interface flags: It probably actually wouldn’t hurt to blacklist those drivers, since they’re not actually capable of driving your device, by running: How can I permanently remove it? Well even putting IP address in the browser doesn’t open the page. However lsmod grep rhine still lists via-rhine. You can do this using ndiswrapper traditionally ndiswrapper is used to get wireless cards running, but it usually works for ethernet devices too.