Lizardx 1, 5 Runing lsusb prompts the bus information for the adapter: The -t and -s flags are useful on newer systems for sure. I’ve installed the ifconfig command and lsusb to have a detailed view of whats happening but when I pluged in the adapter the lfs prompts it’s information. Results 1 to 10 of Support for Apple related devices has greatly improved over the years. I think it uses asix driver from elrepo.
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Linux 7 Configuring a USB Network Adapter
The install did not recognize the apple usb ethernet adapter. Join our community today!
When I boot into I answer the question in a way any other answer do, and then just offer extra useful information, what is pretty command on any great post.
I think it’s worth noting that older systems don’t have flags available on dmidecodenor even a man page.
All of them had either bootloader issues or did not detect usb ethernet. Intel I Gigabit Network driver: Click Here to receive this Complete Guide absolutely free.
I’m guessing the answer is “no”. Try sudo dmidecode -t baseboard for full information on the DMI t able contents relevant to your baseboard, in a human readable form. Are you new to LinuxQuestions.
Join Date Aug Beans 9. Everyone here talks about the great dmidecode command and the -t parameter, but with sudo lshw -short you also get easily product name and model:. I fully agree with stoat’s post, but I want to add one more thing: The time now is I’m beginning to lnux this has more to do with the network driver than anything.
CONFIG_USB_NET_AX8817X: ASIX AX88xxx Based USB 2.0 Ethernet Adapters
Runing lsusb prompts the bus information for the adapter: Bus Device Would you please give specification details of the adapter — or perhaps a link to the hardware specs? Post as a guest Name. September 15th, 8. September 15th, 3. Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del. What is your kernel type? I’m wondering if there’s a way that this tool will return system or board serial numbers? Having a problem logging in? Lizardx 1, 5 For just the System Product Nameyou can use either type dmidecode -s to get a list of s trings keywords:.
I think it uses asix driver from elrepo.
usb ethernet driver/setup – CentOS
So as you say thats the driver but kernel 2. These are examples on three different machines this is an excerpt of the complete output: Also, there may be a kernel driver module for the device.
They’re highly useful utilities, yes, but not exactly in the scope of the question All use grub2 05qc beyond my scope to trouble shoot.