This machine is young enough that it is not that bad to switch OSs. It says I have the latest module, but then cannot find an IP. Hi David- I’m glad you found the elrepo option. Now, I install CentOS 6. I can only offer two suggestions.
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What is your architecture? Debian, Ubuntu, Fedora detected the usb device but would not boot.
I will try to put F12 on it and get the device info for you. Not a problem Acknowledged In progress Solved.
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Sincerely- Jeff How does this make you feel? I can only offer two suggestions. My other problems are purely OS related, and don’t have anything to do with this product or driver so far. Since there is no bios it is very picky on how it boots. I can now have both ethernet cards and wireless connected and still keep internet access.
Already did all that. Start a free trial today. All of them had either bootloader issues or did not detect usb ethernet. Do we have clear instructions someplace for installing the driver on CentOS 5.
How centis I go about setting this as eth1 after running rpm?
Please let us know if we can assist in the future. I plug in but can centoe regconize device I installed driver as Readme file.
ASIX USB Ethernet Adapter on CentOS 6
Do we have clear instructions someplace for installing the driver on CentOS 5. Any way I can use the driver fedora uses? Tony Baldarelli May 20, Help get this topic noticed by sharing it centow Twitter, Facebook, or email. I think it uses asix driver from elrepo.
Below is an article on installing a driver on CentOS using Yum- using these steps you should be able to install the same driver package mentioned in our blog: This will take a while. Jeff Everett November 30, I installed Linux 2.
But I can not install on CentOS. This machine is young enough that it is not that bad to switch OSs. I have done literally everything I can think of.
Maybe this device does not work as advertised and does not really support Linux. Already did all that. I am going to install CentOS 6 and see if I have better luck.