No such file or directory By doing dmesg grep bnx2 it recognises my 4 interfaces mentioning the old ethX naming and in the end: Still if you are not very careful this upgrade can cause problems and this post will show how you can loose your network connectivity if your system is using a bnx2 based driver. It is just to annoying to start over an installation or build a usb stick with the correct driver. Notify me of followup comments via e-mail. If i do ifconfig eno1 I get what I would expect from ifconfig under normal situation: For the future, I recommend installing Debian via the “firmware” iso, which includes non-free packages such as that.
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Thank you very much for posting this. OK, what kernel do you have exactly: Stop hovering to collapse Now this can be pretty.
Please no shitposting or blogspam. This will install the firmware and run update-initramfs and regenerate your default kernel initrd to deboan the firmware at boot time.
Alternative solution is to use unofficial Debian installation image with non-free firmwares included. I suppose i could boot with the regular kernel to install the rest of the pve packages?? Since then, I have “lost” my NIC cards as the ifconfig does not show them up. Feel like helping out your fellow labber?
Is installing Debian bnx2 drivers on a Dell r after Debian is installed as simple as ‘sudo apt-get firmware-bnx2’ and then restarting Debian?
Index of /~kauffman/debian/firmware/linux-firmware/bnx2
It suggested i remove bnx2-firmware which i did. I did read one post that suggested i remove the bnx2-firmware file which i did, but alas it did not work. Other people give a solution for Red Hat bnx2: Systems that require the bnx2 driver must have the firmware-bnx2 package installed to function with the 2.
PS the standard debian kernel has networking. Correct install of missing bnx2 firmware?
Debian Wheezy, Dell PowerEdge and Broadcom NetXtreme II / bnx2 driver
Installing the etchnhalf kernel is a simple as running: Got the proxmox kernel installed but i get an error on bootup and have no internet when using proxmox kernel.
Debian — Package Download Selection — firmware-bnx2_~
Hi, hnx2 for your help!