Ok, here is the driver: Note that registered members see fewer ads, and ContentLink is completely disabled once you log in. I have a server with an Asus P9D-I mainboard. Install intel NIC driver? It has two onboard Intel NICs:
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This should add the required line: It is the “igb” driver, not eg driver that we need. Do I need to detect the driver somehow? You are currently viewing LQ as a guest.
Intel i or i NIC device driver?
Martin von Wittich 9, 3 31 Registration is quick, simple and absolutely free. I dont think its igb but its eg driver.
Oracle says that only the i driver exists in SRU 11 and 12, that is, new patches. View LQ Wiki Contributions.
BB code is On. I read that eg is the driver which is related to this card.
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No such device ethtool eth0 Settings for eth0: All times are GMT It is the device-id I want, according to: You might try to set that to some low value, then report back.
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Sign up using Facebook. Last edited by kebabbert; at No such device Cannot get wake-on-lan settings: No such device No data available dmesg doesn’t seem to have any interesting output from the responsible igb driver: No such device Cannot get link status: Ok, here is the driver: What are the steps needed?
I can report that Solaris Cannot get device settings: OmniOS and Illumos has. So it seem limux that i will be supported in Solaris The Ethernet driver problems are the i and i NICs. The power button will still work, but all the remaining power saving magic of acpi-support that you don’t want on a server is gone.
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