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Alex 3 If you have installed from a current Debian CD, this kernel will have been installed. Reading around in some forums another person mentioned that it was necessary to modify the driver to make it “recognize” the card.
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Installing Intel Network Card Drivers under Debian – Thomas-Krenn-Wiki
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From a terminal window please run:. I installed Ubuntu Server This page has been accessed 51, times.
Downloads for Intel® 82571EB Gigabit Ethernet Controller
Anyone know how to add support for this controller? Thomas-Krenn is a synonym for servers made in Germany.
Email Required, but never shown. To do so, simply load the drivers from the following address and copy them to the stick. Hopefully I’ll see something in lspci output this time: If you move your first comment to an answer I will mark it as intek answer to this question: Tue Sep 11, 1: I guess I could test it on a windows box as it tends to have better plug and play.
This change has been made by an automated script, maintained by the Ubuntu Kernel Team.
CONFIG_E1000E: Intel(R) PRO/1000 PCI-Express Gigabit Ethernet support
I have that ethernet card too and it is recognized by the ee driver at my system, but I cannot handle the bypass mode. All servers have strange issue: The drivers in the package have been compiled for the Debian kernel version 2. Related questions linux in Ubuntu: Unfortunately i have no ability to copy mainline kernel boot log from ILOM screen The sleeps may not be necessary but apart from delaying things shouldn’t cause any harm.
I found out that it should be the e module. For more information, see interfaces 5.