September 13th, 2. All looks good, let us know if you need any wireless card suggestions or such. Try to upgrade to the latest stable bios F8. Asked and answered here right? Ubuntu Forums Code of Conduct.
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The time now is When typing the ‘lspci’ command it tells me that the Ethernet is some Asternok brand or something. Yeah, definitely poking fun at myself so no worries.
I’m not sure why I assumed it was wireless but it works great otherwise. Ubuntu Forums Code of Conduct.
GIGABYTE GA-G31M-S2L Realtek LAN Driver
The board has wired networking only. If can’t figure out I suppose will be shipping back since gig ethernet is a deal breaker.
Join G31m-z2l Jan Posts Thanks for the confirmation guys! Join Date Nov Beans 1. September 13th, 2. I wonder if there is any drivers to be found for the card for Linux operating systems.
Some have crappy range when the dongle is used solo, but come with a cradle that boosts the reception dramatically. Actually, another computer in the lan recieved an IP from my dnsmasq and even pings me, but I cannot ping him back, etc. Even better they could g31j-s2l the whole case as an antenna.
Try to upgrade to the latest stable bios F8. Hey guys, it’s been awhile and I’m just now finding time to get the internet running on the desktop I built nearly 6 months ago too bad it’s now obsolete: Asked and answered here right? Some special editions and some high end HTPC boards might. Just need to find the time to try my hand at a little OCing soon However I don’t think that this board has the realtek Ethernet and has this other brand Asternok or something a long those lines.
It is set up with Ubuntu Server x I would like to get the gig ethernet to work properly.
Gigabyte GA-G31M-ES2L (rev. 2.x) LAN Driver Driver – TechSpot
All looks good, let us know if you need any wireless card suggestions or such. I do not see anything on the spec page for this motherboard that would lead me to think that it has built in wireless abilities: If wireless is something you need then you should have no problem adding a wireless network card.
It is a logical assumption that in this age of wireless tech, mobo’s should really g31m-s2k with wireless as standard IMO. August 31st, 1. The time now is The strange thing is that it works at gibabit speeds when downloading. Very few boards have built in wireless. Didn’t mean to give the wrong impression The problem seems to be that the Ethernet does not work at all.