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Hi there, somebody pls help me with this problem: Network does not work error dialog: SIOCSIFFLAGS: invalid argument Is the problem related with irq numbers? and how to assign that ...
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    SIOCSIFFLAGS: invalid argument


    Hi there,

    somebody pls help me with this problem:
    Network does not work error dialog:
    SIOCSIFFLAGS: invalid argument
    Is the problem related with irq numbers?
    and how to assign that number?

    my network car: Realtek RTL-81319

    Thanks for help...

    mbb

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    Is there any firmware for that card that you've neglected to install into /usr/lib/hotplug/firmare, /lib/hotplug/firmware, /etc/hotplug/firmware, or whatever your hotplug scheme uses?

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    What exactly do you do when you get that error.
    I mean plz specify which event causes that error...

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