Opened 3 months ago Last modified 4 weeks ago. Please, paste the result of “lspci -n”. Thank you all for quick responses and helpful messages. I also checked all the stuff in bi section of the kernel but no help. There is no eth0 Where can I get the suitable driver?
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I just copied lspci to text and transferred with a USB stick.
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View unanswered posts View posts from last 24 hours. I will be doing a kernel update. I have cat 5e right now peratu wrote: I also checked all the stuff in bi section of the kernel but no help. I was reading this thread at nvnews forum, and they said that forcedeth driver supports Mbit. Yes, try installing the latest FreeBSD and see if it works there. Oldest first Newest first Threaded. Reverse Engineered nForce ethernett driver.
Fri Apr 15, 1: How fast can the device your NIC is connected to go?
Thanks for the reply. Can you point me to a resource?
In network device support section of kernel there is 10 or Mbit section It works if I enable that but I need to have Mbit because the piece of hardware I am using is only working on Mbit.
Download in other formats: If you don’t have lspci, then “emerge pciutils”. Thank ethwrnet all for quick responses and helpful messages. In fact I’m posting from a working installation. I am not on the same computer.
Please retest with a recent nightly; there were some interrupt-related fixes to the compat layer. Networking fails or drops a couple minutes after boot. All times are GMT.
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Thu Apr 14, 7: Funny thing is I’m not booting etuernet USB at all. What is on the other end of the cable? Can you see if this driver works for you under FreeBSD? The only 2 items plugged into USB are a keyboard and a mouse.
I’m booting from Grub2 using the menu suggestion here: Please, paste the result of “lspci -n”.
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Read that thread and use “ethtool” to see if your network card has the Mbit mode.