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Gurilla mainboard with the same network chip. With CES just around the corner, we’re hopeful we’ll be able to see some new Killer products from the Qualcomm Atheros team.
Its been years since I last used Linux cause back then not all hardware was supported for ee2100 machine I had. Is this the case, or am I seeing results from some other E?
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Join Date Feb Beans Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. I found these threads on the Ubuntu Forums which discus the support lack of support for the Killer E Ethernet network driver under Linux. 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. I have always liked Ubuntu but when most times I try it something never works and I give up with it.
Housing just 4 DIMM slots provides more room for accessory chips, and the Killer E is the kind of welcome feature that might not stand out like quad-GPU support or PWM count, but can provide some great benefits to users. We really, really don’t care whether we get the full benefit of this device I’ve been very interested in switching over to a Linux based system lately.
Sign up now Username Password Remember Me. To be clear, I’ve found a couple Google results mentioning that the manufacturer is “Cabletron”.
Maybe I shouldn’t be trying to run this thing at all. This computer is fairly new and I figured I would try once again using Ubuntu.
networking – Linux driver for Bigfoot Killer E? – Super User
Patrick87 3 9. H files and an executable looks like a module or something which, when run, gives an error of “cannot find module chipreg”. If it’s the that comes integrated on Sniper MBs by Gigabyte and it’s also related to Bigfoot Networks, then we might be in a great success situation. The E is not a new product, its hardware and software were first introduced last May in the Killer PCI-E card, and was integrated in Gigabyte motherboards and Asus graphics cards as the E I would read through those threads before attempting to compile the drivers, also there were no distros mentioned in e22100 threads that natively supported this hardware, so you’ll be on your own linyx getting support for it, at least in the short term.
Do I need to select a different kernel at startup, or specifically trigger a lijux recompilation of the kernel first? August 26th, 1. Post as a guest Name. Kikler distributions use roughly the same kernel, so either any will support it if the driver is stable and in the vanilla kernel or there is only support through experimental or third party drivers.
Support for Bigfoot Killer E2100?
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By the way, next time I buy a computer I’ll verify if all their components are supported by Linux. Join Date Jun Beans 7.