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Is this the case, or am I seeing results from some other E? Finally on page 7 of the second thread someone had forked the compat-drivers package that contains alx on github and had applied the various limux to this code base.
Gigabyte’s in 2 X79 Motherboard Features Killer NIC
Anyway, I’d like to know if there are any Linux distributions that already come with this needed support? By the way, next time I buy a computer I’ll verify if all their components liller supported by Linux.
Gurilla mainboard with the same network chip. I really feel like I’m over my head here Buried in these threads were directions for taking an alx driver and patching it so that it would work with the E Join Date Jun Beans 7.
Maybe I shouldn’t be trying to run this thing at all. General steps Installed kernel 3.
What happened to bigfoot networks / killergaming
It’s currently not supported by Ubuntu. But again some issue I cant resolve stops me using it. This card is a good one, but because it’s made for gaming they don’t care much about Linux.
Users can control stream priority manually through the Killer Network Management utility. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. I have thought about going to the PC Shop and buying some old school network card, but for all I know there is other stuff not working I dont know about so it might be a waste of time.
Post Your Comment Please log in or sign up to comment. I found that Ubuntu The hardware consists primarily of a MHz PowerPC processor that runs a Linux instance and diverts network processing from the Windows stack, with the purpose of providing lower and more consistent pings in low latency applications, like gaming.
Support for Bigfoot Killer E2100?
I have looked around online a bit, but have not been able to find any drivers to make a Bigfoot Killer E work under Linux CentOS 6, for what it’s worth. Its been years e2010 I last used Linux cause back then not all hardware was supported for the machine I had.
Paul Vargas 3. There also seems to be a module for this in the kernel, so you may not have to patch it, if this is the E you are talking about. The one candidate I found required a few tweaks to get to compile, but after compiling, it doesn’t seem to work Log in Don’t have an account?
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