You can use ethtool version 1. Sudo make install outcome is: SE Jun 18 ’12 at Ubuntu is relative new for me so I hope that you could help me out. October 11th, 2. Intel LM ee driver problem Very happy to help! Ask Ubuntu works best with JavaScript enabled.

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If a network card is not available, the drivers can be installed with the help of a USB stick.

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Installing Intel Network Card Drivers under Debian – Thomas-Krenn-Wiki

Select the proper version below for download and installation instructions. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Note The e driver is no longer maintained as a standalone component.

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Linux* Base Driver for IntelĀ® Gigabit Ethernet Network Connections

I’m not exactly sure what you mean, I’ve downloaded this: Note that for 2. Building and installation Steps below require elevated privileges. Ask Ubuntu works best with JavaScript enabled. Retrieved from ” https: Looking for quality servers?


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Normally the driver will generate an interrupt every two seconds. I am very glad it’s working.

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Linux Driver Install I have a few question though, What are these doing: Building and installation The steps below require elevated privileges. Features now available in supported kernels: October 11th, 9.

May 11th, The following features are now available in supported kernels: Red Hat based platforms: Email Required, but never shown. Normally the driver generates an interrupt every two seconds. Your feedback is welcome Printable version. I just cant get it working!


I downloaded the kernel module from Intel and loaded it as instructed above. You say you can’t connect to your wireless router, it’s unclear if you’re trying to connect wired or wirelessly, especially since ubuntu comes with an e driver already so downloading and compiling the ix2x/825xx is unnecessary.


As far as what I’ve inntel, modprobe seems to add the driver to the list of drivers for the kernel, but is that operation only good for one session? What exactly does this clarify to us in this context?

The drivers must first be compiled for the kernel in use. Show all Show less.