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Thread: network driver

  1. #11
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    May 2010
    Xubuntu 14.04 Trusty Tahr

    Re: network driver


    I'm glad you got it working even if the solution is not ideal.

    You can remove the desktop by unistalling it if you want.

    As for copy and paste, maybe i should have said 'redirect the output to a file and post that'.

    Kind regards
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  2. #12
    Join Date
    Apr 2012

    Re: network driver


    Thanks for helping Darren and now me. I have a Shuttle XS36V and in trying to setup 12.04 server found the exact same issues, so reading the thread has been helpful.

    Why would a live Mint 10 distro recognize the chipset properly and have no issues and Ubuntu (which Mint is sourced from), fail to provide the current drivers.

    Am I missing something here?

    Also, why does server's install not include the tools to compile code. I had to go back and install them manually. Now I'm getting make errors, so I'm sure I missed something that is a dependency for something else.

    It is hard to fix network things without a network connection to pull packages and knowledge over.

    Anyway, thanks again for the help.

  3. #13
    Join Date
    Jan 2013

    Re: network driver

    I had the same problem. Here is the way I fixed it.
    1.) download the driver from
    2.) copy the driver on an USB-Stick
    3.) put the USB-Stick in an installed ubuntu-system
    4.) mount the usb-stick "mount -t vfat /dev/sdb1 /mnt"
    5.) change to the directory /mnt
    6.) build the binary-files "make" maybe you have to install
    gcc (ssh root "apt-get install gcc") and
    make (ssh root "apt-get install make")
    7.) change directory (cd)
    8.) umount the usb-stick (umount /dev/sdb1)
    9.) begin to install the ubuntu-server on your host
    10) it stops with the message "can't find network adapter"
    11) go back and open a shell
    12) put your usb-stick in an usb-slot and mount it (mount -t vfat /dev/sdb1 /mnt)
    13) copy your driver-binaries into the lib/modules-directory
    (cp -R /mnt/jmebp /lib/modules/3.2.0-29-generic/kernel/drivers/net/
    cd /lib/modules/3.2.0-29-generic/kernel/drivers/net/
    cp jmebp/jme.ko .
    umount /dev/sdb1
    exit )
    14) now select hardware detect. It's magic "found eth0..."
    regards guzzi57

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