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The operating frequency of the model — 3. What is this card wired to?

RealTek RTL/ Fast Ethernet

Both Cryorig products weigh 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. Last edited by bruno buys; at Should I just find a hardware compat file and go with whatever types of ethernet cards ARE recognized automatically by FC4?


Search your system for the too name of the driver. Keep that card connected and reboot the system and use the bios to re-enable the built-in card.

I was following the thread Oh, I already tried moving the card from one PCI slot to another that worked for me once with windows beleive it or not.

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Realtek ethernet and new kernel. Note that registered members see fewer ads, and ContentLink is completely disabled once you log in. And post again, I am curious! This chip is quite mainstream, i used such cards under redhat 8.

Network Adapters – Realtek – Realtek RTL8129 PCI Fast Ethernet NIC Computer Driver Updates

The display features Fedora id’ed correctly this card and the loading of the too proves that. Ralvez also gave some good advices.

The kernel and the too module seem to be ok with the card. Sorry I should have provided more information than I did.


Therewith, the user gets a tool which combines ethernef monitors within a single display. Now I’m etherner confused I just found the official red hat hardware compat dbase entry on this card: Let’s say the mobo interface was unavailable and we needed to use the PCI interface to connect to the internet how could we do that?

I would try to confirm that the card has no problems by disabling the built-in card usually via your BIOS and then try to see if the system “goes with it”.

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To the eyes of your ISP, when you booted and the card broadcast the dhcp server for an ip, the ISP wouldn’t give it, cause ‘you already had one’. The names are self-explanatory and suggest, that the difference between the two samples lies in the rotary speed and in the noise factor.

Realtek RTL8129 PCI Fast Ethernet NIC, list of drivers

How do you connect to the internet? OK, lets forget this card, if it takes this dtl8129 bullshit to get it working, when other cards just plain work right out of the starting gate every time, it’s a lost cause. Anything is fair game. I can return the card for credit. Nevermind the applet for now.


The fans feature eleven blades and for the most part are designed in black and white colours. Where is that list though, I can’t find it. It seems so, given the eth0 and eth1 devices listed. The integrated IPS panel features the widest possible viewing angles — degrees in both aspects.