By joining our community you will have the ability to post topics, receive our newsletter, use the advanced search, subscribe to threads and access many other special features. Find More Posts by timl. Have you configured your network settings in VASM? We have a network!! BTW, what is forcedeth and what does it do? Visit our home page for VL info. April 12, ,

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Also, are you turning on your computer before or after plugging in your internet source?


Problems loading the nvidia ethernet driver? You may need to look at dkms.

I now get these results: You are currently viewing LQ as a guest. Click Here to receive this Complete Guide absolutely free. First of all please show us etyernet output of the following commands run in a terminal as root: BB code is On.

It works under Centos 6. Although, my devices appear to be working I’m unable to configure them.

nVidia MCP51 and ALSA

What should I use for these? No clntroller crackling and digital output! We have a network!! There is no ALSA support. Visit our home page for VL info. Think of module is driver in windows.

Nvidia MCP51 Ethernet controller, link is not ready

The previous sentence is false. Biostar Microtech Int’l Corp: Have you tried netconfig in either super vasm or as root in a terminal?

All you need to do is configure the devices for nvivia network and you should be set. I had heard rumors that ALSA supported nForce4 cards with the intel8x0 module but the module would never detect the card.

Unknown device Control: Note that you will need a copy of the kernel source and the standard development tools make, gcc, etc.

Looks like you’re on your way to a fully functioning system.

[SOLVED] centos 7 nvidia ethernet driver

If the kernel that you are using does not detect the hardware, you need to compile the module etherndt source.

To all above, On installation, the install couldn’t find my ethernet card. I never done it before but you can try as below link. Here’s the output from the commands you requested: This book contains many real life examples derived from the author’s experience as a Linux system and network administrator, trainer and consultant.

Daniel Packager Vectorian Posts: Setting latency timer of device We would need to know which devices you want to configure, and the general topography of your network for the device you’re configuring.

It looks like your network hardware is accounted for and working 1 wireless and 1 wired. If you need assistance configuring either of your devices let us know – we’re happy to help. Sorry for the delay.

Is the result any different with the following commands as root? Find More Posts by timl.