You might check dmesg for your bus number as well. Verify that the interface works. I would attempt swapping the MB first before, as yourself and Chilli suggest, going shopping. Sign up using Email and Password. This has a sliglty newer Version 1. Intel Corporation Device [ Even if this succeeds, this should not persist between reboots unless you make further configuration changes and save them.
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I supose they have “full Sandy bridge support”?
Intel® Network Adapter Driver for PCIe* Intel® Gigabit Ethernet Network Connections Under Linux*
Show all Show less. You might check dmesg for your bus number as well. The Linux base drivers support the 2.
What’s the exact kernel version you’re running? I have been pinux to install 1052 These lines in dmesg are an abbreviated log: Clearly intel doesnt want us to install server os onto desktop motherboards nowadays. Alternatively, you can use ethtool version 1.
[ubuntu] Intel Pro network card not found ( 64bit) [Archive] – Ubuntu Forums
If you have a desktop GUI environment you may be able to follow this guide to get networking up. I realize the paradoxical nature of what I just said, and you may be able to temporarily enable the NIC by running ifup eth0 etherndt dhclient eth0if you expect a DHCP address.
But if you are new to linux, not being able to use the Ethernet card on the brand-new machine that you just bought is VERY frustrating. The network is not working.
How to fix it? What is the model of the network card? So, it might work with latest Ubuntu Jerry So, it might work with latest Ubuntu We have been using the 32bit version of eeupdate eeupdate32 from the quartzville tools package for programming the mac addresses in our intel l nics for a while now.
Note The e driver is no longer maintained as a standalone component. Linx that the interface works. I have the problem that the ethernet device on the Intel NUC is not found.
Building and installation The steps below require elevated privileges.
Linux Kernel Driver DataBase: CONFIG_EE: Intel(R) PRO/ PCI-Express Gigabit Ethernet support
Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Linuxconfig is looking for a technical writers geared towards gnu linux and floss technologies. Sign up using Facebook. As mentioned, most that Intel card should be working, as most Intel cards do, out of the box.
You can use ethtool version 1. This is supposed to work with the ubiquitous module ee.