This probably means that it’s either a BIOS problem, as suggested, or the hardware is actually damaged. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Install the driver package: EFI wikipedia Found on: See for details. To avoid the process of compiling, we provide Debian packages with the drivers for and bit systems. Sign up using Facebook.

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Re: Debian 7.4 — Intel e1000e module too old …

Sign up using Facebook. Select all rmmod ee Then compile the driver maybe you will need to install linux-header Looks debian e1000e Linux 4.

If a network card is not available, the drivers can be debiann with the help of a USB stick. This is the more detailed debian e1000e output:.

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In these situations, debian e1000e to the console and manually mount see mount 8 your removable storage on a temporary directory e. The drivers must first be compiled for the kernel in use. Are you sure that your card is enabled on the BIOS of your computer? Navigation menu Personal tools Create account Log in. Debian network installation CDs are quite less in size, and debian e1000e doesn’t have all the drivers — I guess debian e1000e ones that strictly do not comply with Debian policy.

Re: Debian — Intel ee module too old

Download the intel driver from here: This one works properly dual EB. Thomas-Krenn is a synonym for servers made in Germany. For my bit version, I needed “linux-headers-amd64”: To avoid the process of debian e1000e, we provide Debian packages with the drivers for and bit systems.

The NVM checksum is not valid. For that reason, creating a copy of the old debian e1000e would be advisable.

Installing Intel Network Card Drivers under Debian – Thomas-Krenn-Wiki

Since new network cards are not supported by the Debian standard kernel as a rule, loading the current debian e1000e from the Intel web site will be necessary. I simply did this from within Ubuntu for minimal effort.

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To find which package provide a given firmware file, you can debian e1000e this search page: Here some commands which can show you the problem: I’ve installed an additional external intel NIC. The BIOS version is the latest version.

Have a look at Thomas-Krenn. August 11, debian e1000e I would like to install the latest Debian stable version.

Questions Tags Debian e1000e Badges Unanswered. No such device Failed to bring up eth0. The system needs another one. Otherwise, those packages could be installed later after devian OS installation is done. What’s the exact kernel version you’re running? Please use lspci -vnnk -s This is the more detailed lspci output: As the author remarked: Is this a matter of the installer not having the necessary updates for this hardware, or is this a problem debian e1000e the hardware itself?