My situation is that I am using an old laptop running Ubuntu Server Bug reassigned from package ‘ linux-image October 19th, 6. Message 30 received at quiet bugs. This is a brief HowTo on connecting one directly to the slug, but via a hub one can connect many. Message 50 received at bugs.
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Page 1 of 2 1 2 Last Jump to page: Message 71 received at bugs. Yea, I get that.
Sun, 07 Jul Not all experiments work. So type ipkg install kernel-module-mii AXX Debian On a Debian system do the following as root on the nslu2 be patient, it has a slow processor: Bug reassigned from package ‘ linux-image Message 45 received at bugs.
CONFIG_USB_NET_AX8817X: ASIX AX88xxx Based USB 2.0 Ethernet Adapters
Message 5 received at submit bugs. Let’s try a highly experimental process and see if we can get it going.
October 19th, 4. Sat, 03 Jul Sat, 26 Jun You need to have “gcc” and “glibc6-dev” installed on debianslug, as well as the kernel source.
October 18th, 2. Thu, 11 Nov This is a brief HowTo on connecting one directly to the slug, but via a hub one can connect many. Bug Marked as found in versions 2. Wed, 30 Jun But it turns out it doesn’t.
# – kernel module for usb ethernet axx 0b not working – Debian Bug report logs
Extract the driver downloaded from the moschip site Edit the Makefile that comes with it: If you do want to connect a USB ethernet adapter, there are various chipsets available: October 19th, 5.
The time now is Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del. Message 97 received at bugs. MCS I got a “delock usb 2.
So my problem is that I can’t get my usb ethernet adapter to be recognized as an ethernet interface. October 18th, 1.
Linux Kernel Driver DataBase: CONFIG_USB_NET_AXX: ASIX AX88xxx Based USB Ethernet Adapters
Tue, 20 Nov New Bug report received and forwarded. You need to compile or crosscompile them yourself.
So if the only way to upgrade is to download the iso and do a fresh install well then I guess thats what I’ll do. In a terminal, do: Do ” ifconfig -a ” to verify the presence of an inactive network adapter.