Tested the package in proposed and it works like a charm. I’m plugged into a switch so it appears that I followed bad advice or didn’t read something carefully enough. Go to original post. I’ve just took a second look at the logs, and all seems fine driver loaded, claims one device, etc , exactly as you stated. This tool uses JavaScript and much of it will not work correctly without it enabled.

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Lenovo is committed to environmental leadership from operations to product design and recycling solutions. If I understand correctly, a simple installation of ESXi 4.

Were you able to intall esx 4. Something is screwy there.

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Then installed ESX 4. Broadcom Corporation BCM Message 3 of 5.

Mint, Debian, Slackware Posts: I’m getting this on a HP deC Kntel. If you are using the rc kernels from 2. Join our community today! Please test and give feedback here. I am not sure what your question is, frankly. Anybody had tried the Hardy test package who would be able to give feedback here?


Report Inappropriate Content tags: Card LEDs are flashing as expected, but system reports no link. I’m plugged into a switch so it appears that I followed bad advice or didn’t read something carefully enough.

And yet, no itnel is coming from this NIC. Thanks you for read my message! Before we troubleshoot your compile issue, let’s see if we can make the native module work.

Zeevik which is Getting really dipressed Simeon Walker simeon-walker wrote on They hope these examples will help you to get a better understanding of 82567ln Linux system and that you feel encouraged to try out things on your own. Enabling this may get a different lease than the kernel DHCP client.

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As the card is working in Intrepid with the 82567llm driverI change the linux status to released. I’m trying to install ESX 4. Find More Posts by disturbed1. The time now is Go to original post.


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How about letting us see: For reference, this is the driver I used: Do I try the ESX driver? Most have an MTU setting. Copyright c Intel Corporation. I just cant get it working! Would you be able to post the PCI information for your networking on that board?