It’s mounted as shown in screenshot, but can’t mount via the terminal. That’s immediately after bringing it up. I’ve been trying install the matching kernel source RPM, but still haven’t been able to get it built. It seems hyper-v uses hosts adapter external network. To build kernel module is needed kernel-devel package and its dependencies. Shannon Nelson 2 8.
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I just got a new Supermicro box with dual Xeons and dual onboard ethernet adapters.
e1000 nic driver issue with centos 6.6
If it did not install it is most likely due to yum trying to install dependencies that it can’t get with no internet access – you should see that in the yum output. It must be mii simple copper cable. However, once you create a legacy adapter and start the machine it will immediately see it and configure it properly. Update your kernel to include the latest drivers for your NIC.
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If needed, i can install it back. It seems hyper-v uses hosts adapter external network.
In other words, it lies. Open a terminal with a root shell ‘sudo -i’ to get a root-interactive shell once you have a terminal open 3. Stock kernel for 4.
Upgrading e driver? – CentOS
The install does not detect them and nothing I’ve tried has resolved the problem. What is the process to get it included with future kernel updates? Anyone have any tips or clues here? Your name or email address: What is the exact centod name or pci id? Also, since moving to CentOS, I stopped building kernels.
Issues related to hardware problems. Did you ever figure it out?
Why do you want to change the port type? Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Any chance this rpm is somewhere on the net?