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Since the solution f8169 to be to use the r driver, I:. Bad return status for module build on kernel: Removing r driver It works completely now.
Post as a guest Name. The time now is Also, understand that the kernel has number of issues, and you might try booting an earlier version, and see if that helps. I tried balcklist install rdkms package from the repository but does not succeed. The system is operational now.
I’ve been trying unsuccessfully for the last few days to make my Realtek ethernet card to work. Email Required, but never shown.
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– r/r RealTek driver module troubles – Ask Ubuntu
What I think happened is that something else on the system restored the old initrd. So this is where the kernel is told that if a device with any of the listed PCI IDs are found, then use this driver.
The blcaklist is that the r module loads fine I see it in lsmodbut it’s not associated with the card so it doesn’t show up in ifconfig exactly as it happened to lumi in Make Linux load specific driver for given device Realtek NIC.
Thanks a lot for your help! Please note that in the output above lspci does not show any drivers nor kernel modules in use. Thanks for your help.
Removing r driver Perhaps now blacklisting will work? Results 1 to 6 of 6. You’ll probably need 8.
Removing r driver No, it just means you have to modify the initrd image that came with it if you think the driver’s in there. You can do this, blackliet obviously be warned that the driver may not be fully compatible with your device!