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b.albrecht
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« on: Tuesday 16 October 2007, 07:32:51 pm »

Hello,

Has anybody information about the Support of the Realtek NetworkCard/Chip RTL8100C?

I'm not sure, because the Kernel, used by Endian, is some years old (2.6.9)...

Or is the hardware support of Endian good and up to date?

regards,
b.albrecht

PS: sorry for my bad english ;-)
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« Reply #1 on: Monday 17 March 2008, 06:58:31 am »

Normaly all the Realtek cards are supported. 
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burja2
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« Reply #2 on: Tuesday 10 June 2008, 06:29:21 am »

Hi smartcard,

sorry but this affirmation is not true.

Actually, EFW doesn't support realtek 8187.

cheers
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« Reply #3 on: Friday 07 August 2009, 09:08:42 am »

I just put together a Jetway system using their 3 port 10/100 daughter board which is Realtek 8100c based.

It does not work.

I am hoping someone can compile a kernel module for endian 2.2 which will allow it to be detected.

I really dont want to pay to send this stuff back.
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« Reply #4 on: Friday 07 August 2009, 11:41:11 am »

dgruhin,

See my reply in the other thread, but I have built Endian boxes using the Jetway ITX boards with VIA CPUs and the 3 port 10/100 daughterboard before and have not had any issues with the ethernet ports being detected. Perhaps the daughterboard is not seated properly or is defective. The drivers for the Realtek 8100C NIC are built in to the Linux kernel.

Joe.
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