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Realtek l Phy Driver – softwareswhere
All times are UTC Page 1 of 1. In fact, the only verbosity swith it would accept is a simple -v or -vv or -vvv. After getting QNX 6.
Realtek BL – Drivers? Does nothing for me netstat -in lists the loopback interface, and nothing more. Sometimes anti-virus software can report false positives. Yes, my password is: Hello, i m want a driver for realtek bl phy for windows 7.
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So you’d really need to do io-net -vvvv -ptcpip. The 2nd en0 entry is the actual assignment of an IP address to the adaptor.
I assume you know what the stuff under global is for. Realteo tried loading the reatek driver, but that didn’t work. This has two integrated NICs: Powered by Create your own unique website with customizable templates.
Wed Jun 14, 5: Note, I am not sure WHICH of the 2 adaptors is using an ne chip set so it might be the opposite one to the one you want. Oddba11 Oct 5, Mon Jun 19, 7: All that aside, it seems the real problem is that QNX doesn’t seem to be able to find the built in adaptors on it’s own.
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It looks like it is a legitimate adaptor as my netstat -in shows: We only work with trusted advertising partners. I’ve been looking around a bit more, and now think that Linux uses the same driver for the Marvell Yukon series of gigabit ethernet adapters as for the SysKonnect SKxx series.
Select all nto network config file v1. Look at lines – in this page: I went back and looked at your original post. Am I missing something obvious, here?
Tim I’ve been googling about, and came up with these: I’m downloading the Linux kernel and module source now. Join overother people just like you!
Did you ever manage to get this to work one you had it? Fri Jun 16, 3: Your name or email address: So I went back to relatek stating the driver name.
I just can’t get this to work, though. Hey all, im having a big problem here with the drivers of this ethernet card.