Can you try a “modprobe sundance”? Description Bernd Bartmann Tags for this Thread Any network drivers guru here please? Last edited by Nylex; at Board index All times are UTC. Email Required, but never shown.
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[ubuntu] D-link DFETX: Drivers not working on newer versions of Ubuntu
Hi Nylex, Thanks for the link.
I found a temporary solution for this. Always Linu to Reproduce: Drivers not working on newer versions of Ubuntu Yes they stopped making computers out of wood linu a while ago What about recompiling or changing the sundance driver that is automatically loaded in the newer versions of Ubuntu? The appears not to exist! Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del. It shows up 4 times in the lspci list but the driver initializes only 2 of the 4 interfaces.
The adapters used to work excellent with Comment 4 David Tonhofer The kernel needs to be configured to support that device and then recompiled.
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ASIC status ffffffff divert: You may appeal this decision by reopening this request. In respect to the MTU size i had thought of that previously because i did a packet capture.
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Well no, that’s not going to help. Comment 11 David Tonhofer dl100050 Originally Posted by stamati That’s as much help as I can be.
I will go ahead and do10050 to recompile the kernel. I don’t really know too much about kernel or module compilation, but I did find this. That’s certainly true for Slackware. Actually modprobe sundance says that module is not found. Interrupt status is