Hi Guys Thank you, thank you so much!!! Intel Core 2 Quad Q 2. I just built a new machine with a P5Q Asus board. From one, there is the following paragraph: Ubuntu Forums Code of Conduct. August 15th, 9.
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Join Date Sep Beans 2. Are you using bit Ubuntu? That’s what I had to do; I made a thread and didn’t get any responses about getting Ubuntu to configure the drivers, so I don’t think you will be able to get much help as to the ar8121//ar8113 of your thread.
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Hi Guys Thank you, thank you so much!!! August 7th, 7. Thank you all so much!!!!
Join Date Apr Beans I created a folder named Drivers in my home folder and copied l1e-l2e-linux-v1. We ain’t got ethetnet badges. Unknown device rev b0. September 9th, Results 1 to 10 of I have to get up early tomorrow so don’t think me rude if I don’t answer any questions – -I’m sleeping. Both of mine instantly connected as soon as I attached them to the motherboard and plugged in an ethernet cord.
Join Date Jun Beans August 9th, 8. I hope this helps everyone else. From one, there is the following paragraph: August 6th, 4.
Download Atheros AR8121, AR8113, AR8114 Ethernet LAN Driver
I just built a new machine with a P5Q Asus board. Maybe a newer version? I hope this makes sense – good luck! Their readme file goes on to give instructions for configuring the interface but my lan was instantly connected – I suppose by Network Manager.
[ubuntu] Getting an Asus P5KPL-CM onboard LAN to work
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August 6th, 3. Join Date Ar8121/ar8131 Beans Page 1 of 2 1 2 Last Jump to page: Thanks a lot for the direction — a main reason for picking this board was the Gigabit LAN. Ubuntu Forums Code of Conduct.
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Asus P5KPL-CM Atheros AR8121/AR8113 Giga
Buying a card won’t be too expensive fortunatelybut the thought of it is a bit vexing. If you are willing to do a little command line work it doesn’t take long. I got it to work, and I figured if anyone follows this thread, gigabitt would be a good idea to point them to how things worked out.
Here if I can do this right is the output from the make install attempt: We don’t need no badges!