It should have been “lspci -v grep Eth” but what you have done gives a good enough output – previous post being corrected Other ideas are to play around with the driver loading order. You will need to be logged in to be able to post a reply. Hmm, if I do that, the card isn’t available Hey everyone Recently installed ClearOS 5. Likes Highest Vote Latest Oldest. Requirements for basic home server.
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The C is just a card I happenned to have lying around in a box in my office, it must be a good few years old!
I could still use the local console, and realtek 8139d network card the system would allow it to run as it should for a little while until the pattern would repeat. And if I put both of the Ds in, neither appear.
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I read the PDF and it was an interesting read, but I’m not sure it applies to me; the D that wasn’t residing in the server worked in Windows without needing to install a third party driver, so I guess they are genuine chips. I’m not sure if it’s a driver issue with running two identical cards, or if it’s an issue with my motherboard running two identical cards, but I thought Realtwk post this up here having searched the forums and finding realtek 8139d network card unresolved posts around the x cards.
Hi, lspci -c grep Eth realtek 8139d network card I also find it odd that one combination works and the other does not yet they produce the same output.
Can you also try a “lsmod grep “.
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Register Username Forgot Password? Hey everyone Recently installed Realtek 8139d network card 5. Sorry for the typo. All D cards are not equal You will need to be logged in to be able to post a reply. This could happen anything from 15 minutes to a couple of days.
Hmm, if I do that, the card isn’t available Nothing on the LAN and nothing over the realtek 8139d network card. It should have been “lspci -v grep Eth” but what you have done gives a good enough cadr – previous post being corrected Initially, the system appeared to be fine but would eventually stop accepting network traffic on either network interface; even ping.
Login using the form on the right or register an account if you are new here. Requirements for basic home server. Also, the size is very different when both cards are the same. The two Realtek 8139d network card are identical, same manufacturer, same white box packaging, same part number, realtek 8139d network card bought at the same time.
If I swapped one of the cards for an C, the problem went away and we’ve now had a decent uptime and a lot of data through the system.
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Likes Highest Vote Latest Oldest. The blacklist line must come first. Friday, April 08 Other ideas are to play around with the driver realtej order. Subscribe via email Subscribe via email.
Are your D cards identical and did you read the link and see if any of it 839d to you? The reply is currently minimized Show.