At this point you will hopefully finally have an ethernet device recognized by ifconfig. I think the original poster’s ethernet card is either being misidentified by lspci unlikely or it’s non-standard hardware. These lines from dmesg seem to be the problem: I’ve blacklisted the drivers as suggested. You can do this using ndiswrapper traditionally ndiswrapper is used to get wireless cards running, but it usually works for ethernet devices too. If you still don’t, please post the output of:
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If you don’t know what I mean by pinging your gateway etc. It seems like your system doesn’t like the VIA card either.
If for some reason that doesn’t work, you can delete the module once and for all by running: That might explain why you’re ethernef such weird behavior: What could be the issue here?
If it came with your computer, who built adaptter computer? The network card was detected and it automatically connected to the DHCP network and internet. In consistent behavior like that is bizarre.
These are the commands you’ll need hopefully you can get your computer connected to the Internet somehow for running these commands; if not let me know: However lsmod grep rhine still lists via-rhine.
How can I skip this step? Have you tried all the PCI slots?
However each time I restart I’ve to run the followings: If you still don’t, please post the output of: Situation fasy like this now: These lines from dmesg seem to be the problem: So I removed it once and more and restarted the machine. It’s possible the ethernet settings might be off; otherwise, it may help to install a different version of the Windows driver into ndiswrapper that is, try using, for example, the Windows drivers instead of the XP ones, or use version 2 of the driver instead of version 3.
Something strange is going on because it doesn’t seem at all to be a Realtek card. But but but, this is just only once, then the machine hanged. After sudo modprobe via-rhine ifconfig -a shows the same output.
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I’ve blacklisted the drivers as suggested. How can I permanently remove it? Hangzhou Silan Microelectronics Co. I had ndiswrapper installed previously.
This is among the most common chips used by many for LAN, have been using this since eons when I first started with desktop Linux way back in Hi, I’ve installed ubuntu If you can’t send traffic anywhere, there may be a driver issue still I restarted the machine and it went back to the previous situation. Local Loopback inet addr: I’ve seen cases where people have bought wireless cards on ebay that are not actually the hardware they purport to be.
If you rmmod the ndiswrapper module, does lspci start seeing the ethernet card again? That second card should be driven by the via-rhine driver.
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You can do this using ndiswrapper adapher ndiswrapper is used to get wireless cards running, but it usually works for ethernet devices too. It does not find the via-rhine.
Apparently the issue has to do with your particular ethernet card being a “fake Realtek” card, whatever that means, and Ubuntu tries to use the wrong driver as a result. If the command above doesn’t solve the problem for you, please post the output of: