No DHCP for desktops and servers. Rephrasing my question in a different way, maybe will get an answer this time: Kernel driver in use: Perhaps it is faulty hardware, but there’s too much misery elsewhere on the internet with people who atleast had the problems I’ve had in years gone by to make the problem particular to me. Return to System configuration.
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Board index All times are UTC. Regarding the unplugging thing, yeah that was a one-time deal.
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I’m ashamed to admit that, after some years of linux use, I don’t understand this. Someone please help me!! Kernel driver in use: I can see that there’s some issue with dhcp and its trying to switch dbian ipv4 and ipv6 but I don’t really knows whats going. Note that I’ve dual booted my system with both XP and Windows 7, without having to unplug between boots or installations.
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Return to System configuration. If you do see those messages in the dmesg output, installing the non-free firmware-realtek will get rid of them Building only for 3. Module not found. Connect the Win7 HDD again. I keep my boxes simple. Here is the syslog info – it was basically the exact same when I had r installed. I’m working on a VM though so I’m not messing with my own computer.
You could do worse than try that before you start serious meddling! Perhaps it is faulty hardware, but there’s too much misery elsewhere degian the internet with people who atleast had the problems I’ve had in years gone by to make the problem particular to me.
When I reinstalled Wheezy this time I knew I wouldn’t have to compile any drivers, or mess with dkms packages, provided I follow the routine I outlined in my drbian post. Registering new address record for fe In fact, I put the package on a thumbdrive and the installer took care of the rest during install.
Select all loop lp rtc r Here is the relevent output from lspci -v Code: Un-blacklist r and try again.
It generally helps alot if you diagnose the problem instead of trying random repairs. What do you get with the output of as sysadmin Code: Select all locate r Again, thanx for your interest verahill, kedaha. Debian User Forums Skip to content.
Having to unplug for 30 minutes doesn’t make any sense. I have to write a kernel module for school so I haven’t been home and honestly I have no idea what I’m doing.
The relevent outbput from lspci -vv doesn’t seem to be helpful. IPv4 with address Configuration changes unexpectedly, things that used just to work don’t work any more, system drbian didn’t need any maintenance suddenly has a life in its own and demands tinkering by admin to keep it working.
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New relevant interface enp59s0. Select all lsmod grep r8 return?
I’m running CrunchBang Waldorf.