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Old 06-16-2012, 03:23 AM   #1
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Question Ubuntu 11.06 R8168 and R8111 driver

How can I fix the R8168 and R8111 driver in Realtek.I have had this problem for month now. I was running Ubuntu 9.10 and later upgrades to 11.06 which is where my problem started.Any suggestions?
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You have not defined the problem you have.

What hardware do you have? Run lspci command and post the results.

Is the driver loaded? Run the command lsmod and post the results.

Is the adapter active? Run the command ifconfig eth0 ( or what ever the device is called ).

What steps have you taken to resolve your problem?


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