ATTANSIC L2 LAN DRIVER
I’ll keep an eye on it. Posted March 17, Hopefully the L2 driver will make it into the kernel soon. My Hardware configuration is like this: Find More Posts by jkirchner.
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Thank you very much! This will probably be the quickest way to get your Ubuntu box on the internet. Posted February 24, Recently I came across the same problem … The solution is simple.
Thanks in advance for your attention, Flavio Brazil. I’ll post the results for future searchs. RTL works, and there are lots of others.
[Need Help] Attansic L2 Fast Ethernet on ASUS P5GC MX – CentOS – CentOS
Attansic Ethernet Card not detected. Last edited by dv; at Thanks everyone for your good work and patience. D Really thanks for your help, I had already give up on that mission. Then I was advised to move that file into the following directory: Your english is really not worse than mine: Posted February 17, I’ll keep an eye on it.
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From this thread and others, members gave you tips and try outs to resolved your network card problem and hopefully one of them might work. Or else set the media type to M, full-duplex mode. Posted March 14, See our newsletter archive for past announcements.
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Atheros/Attansic L2 FastEthernet driver atl2
It’s working for leopard Want to know if that peripheral is compatible with Linux? I downloaded the “atl2. Subscribe to our Newsletter Product information, software announcements, and special offers. Sleep issues is gone – no problems anymore.
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Posted April 9, If you need to reset your password, click here. I really don’t know if sundance change is expected but ale 4 dif not solved Atheros L2 problem. The L2 is not supported in the mainline kernel; it’ll have to be built as an out-of-tree module.
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