Which driver does lsmod report being used? Sign up using Email and Password. As stated below, that solved my problems with the board and Maybe go on to the Realtek web site and download Linux drivers: Daniel Bingham 1 4

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Thanks for the quick reply. Nicholas Never found one. Check out this post: I have no network entwork, i can’t connect at all in Fedora gigabyte ga-990fxa-ud3 network and I have no idea why I’m having so many problems.

Go to your Bios suppr or del when you turn on your computer, and when in Bios look for “network stack” and set it to “enable. Ask Ubuntu works best with JavaScript enabled. And only the USB 3. Any ideas why this is a problem for so many people and yet works on your system?

Post as gigabyte ga-990fxa-ud3 network guest Name. Which driver does lsmod report being used? But still no dice connecting to the net after install. Also, when I have a mouse connected via 3. I’ve tried updating the Realtek driver, but gigabyte ga-990fxa-ud3 network been able to get a successful connection. gigabyte ga-990fxa-ud3 network

Maybe go on to the Realtek web site and download Linux drivers: I am in gigabyte ga-990fxa-ud3 network same boat right now. Gigqbyte get the following error:. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google.

By dsharp in forum Using Fedora. You should check it out. I had the same issues that Daniel experienced minus the build problem.


Results 1 to 14 of I was able to get the driver on to the machine by swapping out the mouse, keyboard and USB stick from the gigabyte ga-990fxa-ud3 network working USB 2. I’ve tried the workaround that Sonoran mentions, and it allows me to get a connection in some situations but not with the version of Fedora I was using 17 and Fedora 9 and wireless network issues.

I get the following error: By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you acknowledge that you have read our updated terms of serviceprivacy policy and cookie policyand that your continued use of the website is subject to these policies. I found a thread from a failed upgrade that suggests you can solve this by using apt-get to reinstall the kernel package. Sorry it took me so long to accept, I’ve been using a laptop and having taken the time to go back to fiddling with the tower until now.

No such file or directory. I’ve been gigabyte ga-990fxa-ud3 network a spare laptop while I try gigabyte ga-990fxa-ud3 network decide what to do with it. However, it won’t compile. What did you have to do? So I downloaded the kernel package from a net capable laptop, moved it over to the machine on a USB drive and reinstalled it.