I tried this in a VM yesterday after my initial post was going from memory on 1st response and was going to share this if you hadn’t already found it. Board index All times are UTC. I can now have both ethernet cards and wireless connected and still keep internet access. David Tran May 17, Do we have clear instructions someplace for installing the driver on CentOS 5. I know it is plugged in. I’ve been trying to put linux on this thing for the past week and have tried 6 distros!
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CentOS boots perfectly but no usb ethernet.
David Tran November 30, Now, I install CentOS 6. It says I have the latest module, but then cannot find an IP.
ASIX USB Ethernet Adapter on CentOS 6
David Tran November 29, Help get this topic noticed by sharing it on Twitter, Facebook, or email. Below is an article on installing a driver on CentOS using Yum- using these steps you should be able to install the same driver package mentioned in our blog: The install did not recognize the apple usb ethernet adapter.
My fentos problems are purely OS related, and don’t have centow to do with this product or driver so far.
Hi Tony and David, thanks so much for jumping in to assist – If we’re not able to find a solution through troubleshooting at the software level it won’t be a problem to setup an cdntos. Best wishes and thanks for letting us know what worked! I have done literally everything I can think of. I have done literally everything I can think of.
Not a problem Acknowledged In progress Solved. Do we have clear instructions someplace for installing the driver on CentOS 5. I am going to install CentOS 6 and see if I have better luck. It says I have the latest module, but then cannot find an IP.
Awesome Tony, I’m glad to hear you’re up and running! Jeff Everett November 29, Now, I install CentOS 6. I installed Linux 2.
I plug in but can not regconize device I installed driver as Readme file. Jeff Everett May 21, This machine is young enough that it is not that bad to switch OSs.
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I am going to install CentOS 6 and see if I have better luck. Updating to CentOS 6 solved most of my problems. I shall peruse those links as soon as time permits. You should be able to find the device in the hardware list and then configure it accordingly. Cehtos a free trial today.
Problem with Centos and ASIX AXC – CentOS
All of them had either bootloader issues or did not detect usb ethernet. I tried both NetworkManager and the default Network, and neither works.
I’ve been trying to put linux on this thing for the past week and have tried 6 distros! Would three days be acceptable? Create a customer community for your own organization. The mood in here.