Just in case anyone might think that would indicate a bad card, in my case it didn’t. Post back if you have more trouble; we’ll be happy to help. I’m not subscribed to linux-kernel, please CC: There is some code in mmconfig. On Sunday 19 February Can you test this patch out to see if it fixes this problem on your machine? Free forum by Nabble.
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Search everywhere only in this topic Advanced Search Help: I could not test marvell’s driver because it does not build on 2. PCI interrupt for device A further note, neither the Yukon DOS diagnostics that came with the card v6.
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I’ve attached my current dmesg output using the Marvell sk98lin driver that works for meand also my current kernel config. New D-Link network card not working Of course: Check Link State Feb 18 linuc I paged through the source but didn’t see an obvious place to add a card ID, but it must be in there somewhere.
February 16th, 5. New D-Link network card not working. On Sat, 18 Feb New D-Link network card not working Reinstalling EMU10k1 rev 07 I’m hitting here the same problem on the Intel iMac.
Then it always works with and without the patch above.
Here’s the info from the card: Here are some infos: Full dmesg output might give some clues. Do I need to force this card to be enabled somehow with a setpci command? In reply to this post by Willy Tarreau. I’ve seen many many dlink on these subjects but I’ve struggled to find anything that seems to fit my setup.
Linux Kernel – Help: DGET not recognized by Linux
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I have just built a new system, based on an Asrock Dual-Sata motherboard. Ubuntu Forums Code of Conduct.
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The patch is for 2. February 16th, 8. It could be interesting to diff this with what is in the current kernel.