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solved ! firewall was doing his job. I just added a line to iptables: sudo iptables -A OUTPUT -s 0.0.0.0/0 -d 10.42.0.9 -j ACCEPT now all is fine !
Personal speaking, I've made the experience that r8168 works better on various RTL81XX chips than r8169 Packages installed using APT automatically satisfy all dependencies. So everything required is installed when the package is being installed. You need, however, prevent r8169 from being loaded after r8168 is installed. The DKMS installation script of ...
Not so long ago Ethernet devices did appear as /dev/eth0, /dev/eth1 and so on. There are still applications that expect to find them there, but are now disappointed and sometimes unusable. Fortunately not too many.
This is a network interfaces, and it is derived from: Lan-On-Motherboard interfaces: em<port number> (ethernet-on-motherboard <1,2 ..>) PCI add-in interfaces: p<slot number>p<port number>_<virtual function instance>
Ubuntu 14.04 and 14.10 do support the chip out of the box, by using the alx driver. The problem is that upon heavy traffic, like even watching a youtube video or downloading a large file, the system invariably crashes completely. And it is not even an Ubuntu specific problem, since the same happens under Fedora or Debian. I've also tried to manually install ...
Just ask around if there is an Ethernet connection available anywhere. if you find one: Connect an Ethernet cable with a live connection, then press ALT+F2 then type in update-manager then go to updates, then go to Notify me of a new version Then from the drop down press "For any new version", then press apply. You should receive a new version notification ...
You need to install dkms and bcmwl-kernel-source. Without internet connection Both are located on the Ubuntu installation medium (possibly in different versions as reflected in the file names): pool/main/d/dkms/dkms_126.96.36.199-1.1ubuntu5_all.deb pool/restricted/b/bcmwl/bcmwl-kernel-source_188.8.131.52+bdcom-0ubuntu2_amd64.deb Alternatively you can download ...
I don't know if your setup is anything like mine but if so it could clarify. I am behind a NAT router with port 80 open and forwarded to internal IP 192.168.. I have a static external IP and I have not configured my network interfaces file. Upon install Ubuntu configures the network interfaces file to display a static IP on eth0 I then have nginx so when ...
first try /etc/init.d/networking restart This will restart the networking service and eth0 will come up if your computer is connected to a network. Also check the /etc/network/interfaces files and see if there is eth0 interface in their. If not you can create config as below: iface br0 inet static address 192.168.2.15 netmask 255.255.255.0 gateway ...
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