ASROCK Z170M-ITXAC MOTHERBOARD DRIVER DETAILS:
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ASROCK Z170M-ITXAC MOTHERBOARD DRIVER
The first thing I did was checking my network interface connection.
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It showed the network card but according to the page it was turned off. Trying to turn it on gave me an error ASRock Z170M-ITXac Motherboard saying there was no hardware associated with the network config.
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Editing the configuration and selecting the hardware was not possible. So, back to Google.
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After setting a password for the loiginuser root was already done when I logged on to the console the first time I chrooted to root and started to work form the command line. The first thing I did was checking the file: In this file it showed two configurations for eth0 for my Intel IV I guess using module ee and one for eth1 for my Realtek using ASRock Z170M-ITXac Motherboard r I changed the Realtek to eth0 and the Intel to eth1.
Reboot and no ASRock Z170M-ITXac Motherboard. I kept my changes as I knew the Iv has issues and the Realtek showed up as being recognized when I checked dmesg on the command line. I quickly learned there is a tool that can be started with cc where you can do al sorts of config work from the ASRock Z170M-ITXac Motherboard line. Following a guide I found through Google I was able to associate the correct hardware to the network configuration.
I executed the following command: As I only had one configuration it was easy for me to select the correct one: I am stuck with the issue that ASRock Z170M-ITXac Motherboard other network card is not recognized. It is an Intel IV and should be able to work with the ee module.
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I did a "lspci" and the network controller showes up. I can also see that the ee module is loaded but the nic ASRock Z170M-ITXac Motherboard just not recognized. Any advice or suggestions for this problem is much appreciated. The most easy fix here is off course putting in a PCI card with a nic but hey, it is more fun trying to get the IV to work: My guess is that the ee module shipped with the UTM iso is too old so getting it to work would mean replacing it with a newer version.
I found the sources for a newer driver but as there are no compile tools on the UTM I cannot build the driver. Does anyone know if I can compile it on a Linux machine with the same kernel and just copy it over to the ASRock Z170M-ITXac Motherboard
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Or do I need to do more? The larger the die area, the lower Rds on.
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