Realtek Rtl8139 Driver Download Ubuntu Install Update
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They hope these examples will help you to get a better understanding of the Linux system and that you feel encouraged to try out things on your own. Click Here to receive this Complete Guide absolutely free. Hi I recently installed ubuntu 5. So I went to the realtek site and downloaded this driver "Linux driver for kernel 2. I unzipped the files and when I typed make, I got those error messages: Try using "too" as your first attempt.
I typed "modprobe too" in the terminal both as root user and as a regular user , and it didn't do anything. When I checked the network setting it said Ethernet card eth0 is not configured and also said that the modem isn't configured. There isn't any "connect to the internet" or something like that in any of the menus.
I type lsmod and I did saw too but in the "used by" it wrote 0. Then I opened firefox but whenever I tried to write some adress, it couldn't find it. Am I supposed to create a dialer or something like that myself, or a dialer is automatically created for me after I configure the ethernet card?
And my IP address changes from connection to connection, each time I connect to the internet I get a different IP address so what am I supposed to write in the IP address field in the network settings.
And How do I find my netmask and gateway I tried looking for those in the realtek card properties in device manager in windows but didn't find anything I did find a checkbox marked: So I guess that's what I need to use in linux, but as I said I tried that and I didn't saw any "connect to the internet" menu item or something like that afterwards. So how do I configure a dialer if it's not automatically created for me?
After I configure my ethernet card I activated it of course. Last edited by Guest; at So the module for your nic is loaded into the kernel. Since I'm not familiar with adsl setup, I cannot help you further but I found this link that might help you. I followed the link and installed the RP-PPPoE client and configured all the settings, but it still doesn't work, but thanks for your help anyway.
When I try to connect it just holds there for several seconds and then give me a timeout error message, does anybody here knows what might be the problem? I tried connecting to the internet in windows and it worked, so it's not a problem with the ISP. I've just installed Ubuntu 5. I've tried almost all the things that been suggested searched google too.. It appears that this is an old issue that popped up when I started to use a Duron Ghz machine with an rtl My last one was Mint Linux 4 and I had the same problem stated here by others with what appears to be an unrecognized nic.
But the command lsmod grep showed 2 hits: This told me I had 2 drivers for 1 card. After some experimentation and some experience in the past I knew my nic network interface card should have been too. So I removed the cp in Mint4 with: The network then needed to be restarted the terminal way as if rebooting: My network is back and running properly after the 2 or 3 steps and it stays that way.
It seems the newer installs on older hardware got confused in choosing the proper driver for the rtl so chose both which conflicted with each other. Newer machines now come with the which doesn't have the duplication confusion. Thank you, hope this helps. Love Mint4 as well. Find More Posts by EricEarl. BB code is On. All times are GMT The time now is Open Source Consulting Domain Registration. Can't configure my Realtek RTL in ubuntu.
Linux - Networking This forum is for any issue related to networks or networking. Routing, network cards, OSI, etc. Anything is fair game. Find More Posts by Guest Find More Posts by bathory. Does anybody know what's wrong and why I'm getting the timeout????? Find More Posts by wiraone. Victoria BC Canada Distribution: Failed detection of "Realtek Semiconductor Co. How to install and configure Realtek Nic card. RTL - Set Link speed.
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Clicking on the Download Now Visit Site button above will open a connection to a third-party site. I hate the fact that I have been using computers for twenty-five years and still they dont network without one going on a five year degree and masters degree in computing course to get the damned things to work. Microsoft should allow networking between XP Win 7 and Windfows 8 without killing customers brain cells. Was this review helpful? Updated on Mar 4, OK. To build a comunication, frienship.. Now I will to download your old driver but very helpful..