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answered Game came in a .zip file. How to install it?
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comment Ubuntu 12.04 server - How to interpret this syslog entries about eth0 interface?
I still see nothing that's an error. The hardware comes on, is recognized, negotiates 100 Mbps and full duplex, flow control is turned off, Energy Efficient Ethernet (EEE) is disabled and it connects. I still see nothing wrong; read, fixable.
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comment Ubuntu 12.04 server - How to interpret this syslog entries about eth0 interface?
None of those seem to be errors; merely information. Also, by the timestamp, the messages appear during the boot process and not randomly during operation. After the speeds are reduced, I'd look at: cat /var/log/syslog | grep eth0 Perhaps there is a better clue there.
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comment Two IP for each interface?
Probably; or either a former address claimed by the ethernet. Are you using Network Manager? Is there more than one entry in /var/lib/NetworkManager/***.lease?
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revised 14.04 wifi ndisgtk drivers and getting card working
Additional troubleshooting instructions.
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comment 14.04 wifi ndisgtk drivers and getting card working
If my answer as been helpful, please accept it and also note my further edit above in a few moments. Glad it's working.
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comment must sudo modprobe after reboot
Please see my edit at your original question for the fix.
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revised 14.04 wifi ndisgtk drivers and getting card working
Additional troubleshooting steps.
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comment 14.04 wifi ndisgtk drivers and getting card working
Please see my edit above in a few moments.
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revised 14.04 wifi ndisgtk drivers and getting card working
Additional troubleshooting.
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comment 14.04 wifi ndisgtk drivers and getting card working
You may have seen that, but that's not the outcome of the exact command sudo make install. Please see my edit above.
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comment 14.04 wifi ndisgtk drivers and getting card working
Can you confirm that sudo make install ended with: install -m 644 -c rt5592sta.ko /lib/modules/4.0.1-040001-generic/kernel/drivers/net/wireless/ /sbin/depmod -a 4.0.1-040001-generic make[1]: Leaving directory '/home/chili/asus-pce-n53-linux/os/linux'And not some other result? Of course, your kernel version will be something different than my 4.0.1.xx.
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comment 14.04 wifi ndisgtk drivers and getting card working
And now, after modprobe, does the device spring to life?
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comment Two IP for each interface?
Please see my edit above.
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revised Two IP for each interface?
Additional clarification.
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comment Two IP for each interface?
By chance, do you have both wireless and ethernet connected and both with IP addresses at the same time? ifconfig.
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comment 14.04 wifi ndisgtk drivers and getting card working
Is your system fully updated? Headers should be available. I suggest you first try: sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get dist-upgrade Reboot and then try again.
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comment 14.04 wifi ndisgtk drivers and getting card working
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answered 14.04 wifi ndisgtk drivers and getting card working
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comment 14.04 wifi ndisgtk drivers and getting card working
Most rt2860 devices work by default without any other drivers. Please edit your question to add the result of the terminal command: lspci -nnk | grep 0280 -A2 Welcome to askubuntu.