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For details and our forum data attribution, retention and privacy policy, see here. Join Date Sep Beans 2. It should be released with 2. Thanks a lot for the direction — a main reason for picking this board was the Gigabit LAN. I have got it working!!!

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Maybe a newer version? August 6th, 6. Join Date Apr Beans August 6th, 5. Intel Core 2 Quad Q 2. Join Date Jun Beans If so, the ggigabit for networking with onboard network ports are kind of behind, from what I hear. I hope this makes sense – good luck! I just built a new machine with a P5Q Asus board.

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Actually i unpacked it on windows first as it has a. Also, when I switched directories, I didn’t have atl1 e — I just had atl1. Nothing like the feeling of solving a problem. The time now ggabit Originally Posted by pdelahun.

Asus P5KPL-CM Atheros AR8121/AR8113 Giga

If you are willing to do a little command line work it doesn’t take long. August 6th, 4.

Sorry I can’t really help solve the problem you made your thread for, but if you find that no one is able to help you, keep this option open as an extremely easy fix. The output from your unsuccessful try indicated a pretty fundamental problem – practically every statement in the make af8121/ar8113 generated an error! I don’t have to show you any stinkin’ badges! Thanks a lot for the direction — a main reason asis picking this board was the Gigabit LAN.


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[ubuntu] Getting an Asus P5KPL-CM onboard LAN to work

Are you using bit Ubuntu? From one, there is the following paragraph: So someday a kernel update may eliminate all this fuss.

In my searches, I came across a post on an obscure message board called “Ubuntuformums. For details and our forum data attribution, retention and privacy policy, see here.

Their readme file goes on to give instructions for configuring the interface but my lan was instantly connected – I suppose by Network Manager. I have to get up early tomorrow so don’t think me rude if I don’t answer any questions – -I’m sleeping. I created a folder named Drivers in my home folder and copied l1e-l2e-linux-v1. I got it to work, and I figured if anyone follows this thread, it would be aar8121/ar8113 good idea to point them to how things worked out.

Both of mine instantly connected as soon as I attached them to the motherboard and plugged in an ethernet cord.


Download Atheros AR8121, AR8113, AR8114 Ethernet LAN Driver

Results 1 to 10 of PS Since we manually added this module I’m guessing we may have to do this again the next time there is a kernel update so save the instructions If they work for you. I hope this helps everyone else. You can find them at Newegg for pretty cheap I got an Intel one for something bucksand I also picked up an even cheaper less than 20 bucks backup one from Best Buy.