Install firmware-realtek and be done with it. Is this something you are forced to do every time you boot into linux? Select all dmesg grep r Selecting previously unselected package libusbredirhost1: If not, safely ignore the output.

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Dean Thomson 3 8 Selecting previously unselected package libvirt-daemon-system. Well, quite, I should perhaps have expanded that everything worked fine without the firmware but I don’t use gigabit ethernet so I can’t comment on that but everything else seemed no different with or without. I am having the following debkan after running apt update and apt upgrade on my server.

[SOLVED] firmware: failed to load rtl_nic/rtlgfw (-2)

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Debian 9 – Install Realtek Firmware

Is this something you are forced to do every time you boot into linux? Selecting previously unselected package dmeventd.

I know now that, as I’m done with OS installs for a year or so atleastI will not have any further issues. Return to System configuration.

Setting up netcat-openbsd 1. I have seen similar in Debian Sid though.

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Welcome to the most active Linux Forum on the web. Selecting previously unselected package libspice-server1: Building only for 3. Selecting previously unselected package librbd1.

For Debian, I run the following command, and it really works: Select all loop lp rtc r Here is the relevent output from lspci -v Code: Install firmware-realtek and be done with it. Selecting previously unselected package libnuma1: Selecting previously unselected package libspice-client-gtk On wheezy it returns Code: When I first installed Wheezy, I had ethernet capability – as indeed I do now.


I’ve just never seen an output like this in a Debian stable release in 10 years of use. Is this a real package? Setting up bridge-utils 1. Build the module and install make[2]: Sign up using Facebook.

Debian User Forums • View topic – SOLVED: Realtek r/r no Ethernet!

The relevent outbput from lspci -vv doesn’t seem to be helpful. This repo is now fatal: Find More Posts by mralk3. Hewlett-Packard Company Device 30cc Selecting previously unselected package virt-manager.