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LSPCI reports they are on diffrent IRQ's They are both onboard. The intel system has a Linux driver but it fails to compile because it can not find Linux headers.

Sudo apt-get install linux-kernel-headers

returns that it is installed and up to date?

lspci reports it as

Ethernet controller: Intel corporation device 1502 (Rev 05)

Any ideas?

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You need to install linux-headers-generic (or linux-headers-generic-pae if you're running a 32-bit PAE kernel) for the headers needed to compile out-of-tree modules.

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