You’ll probably need 8. Install mainline kernel in Ubuntu Also, understand that the kernel has number of issues, and you might try booting an earlier version, and see if that helps. The default driver available in Ubuntu The bionic version, rdkms 8.
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Get it at packages. At the time of writing this post, the Kernel version is: This time enp3s0f1 was listed in ifconfig but the network manager was unable to connect. Check whether the driver is loaded properly ethtool -i enp3s0f1 8. Any help is welcome. Best to use another kernel if other problems arise. Install mainline kernel in Ubuntu If you have problems with the network interface not going up with RealTekthis may help and provide insight ie.
I went through the forums and learned that this module is unstable and the best way to get things work is to return back to r driver. Post as a guest Name. Please give me more detail about the errors you received when trying to install rdkms.
Since I am using Linux Mint 19 without any problems, I did not test his driver. The default driver available in Ubuntu Compile and install the driver. Download the r driver.
No Ethernet Connection in Ubuntu Compile and install the driver Driver from official website: Please make sure that you have the same hardware before applying the solution provided here. Installing the driver downloaded from RealTek as opposed to the one included in the vanilla kernel seems to cause the issue to occur less often.
– r/r RealTek driver module troubles – Ask Ubuntu
The problem was r driver. Blocked Unblock Realteo Get updates.
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No Ethernet Connection in Ubuntu 16.04/Linux Mint 18 with Realtek RTL8111/8168/8411