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The problem was resolved thanks to chili’s suggestion. Are you able to ping? If your version of Linux does not support the Killer Wireless at install, and you are using Ubuntu I recently had the opportunity to test a motherboard containing the Killer E, but while networking worked fine with Windows 7, Linux support was kicked to the curb. Email required Address never made public.

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You must restart your system so the new Linux kernel will take effect. Notify me of new comments via email.

They claimed they had filed a pull request so hopefully these fixes will be making their way into the mainline at some point down the road. The problem was resolved thanks to killer e linux suggestion.


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October 7th, 1. It may be a DNS issue. According to your wireless-info, you have: Originally Posted by chili By using our site, you acknowledge that you have read and understand liinux Cookie PolicyPrivacy Policyand our Terms of Service.

Qualcomm Atheros AR8161, AR8162, QCA8171, QCA8172 Ethernet controllers

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BigFoot Killer e not recognized Qualcomm Atheros Bigfoot Killer E Ethernet working in linux Buried in these threads were directions for taking an alx driver and patching it so that it would work with the E The and use the community developed and supported ath10k driver. Support was added for the E in kernel 3.

For those of you who might want to follow the instructions in that thread, on the top of page 7 there is a post from someone who had made a patch for this issue not sure exactly how it worked but I guess it was to simplify and reduce the manual hacking as described in the first post. Views Read Edit View history.


I recently had the opportunity to test a motherboard containing the Killer E, but while networking worked fine with Windows 7, Linux support was kicked e22055 the curb. You are currently viewing LQ as a guest. Also, the red port looks good for those who enjoy color-coordinated their system units.

With the exception Killer Wireless-AC series, the drivers for all of our devices are community developed and supported. It is called the Killer E Intelligent Networking Platform, and it is incompatible with Linux kernels lower than 3.


Killer E Gigabit Ethernet Driver – CentOS

Any help would be greatly appreciated. Anyway, I’d like to know if there are any Linux distributions that already come with this needed support? Are those numbers you plugged in to Network Manager? I’m running ubuntu You need this one for sure: I’m not sure if I can help much, but I think others might be able to help more readily if you include the output of the wireless-info script from this pinned thread.

I would read through those threads before attempting to compile the drivers, also there were no distros mentioned in the threads that natively supported this hardware, so you’ll be on your own for getting support for it, at least in the short term.

All times are GMT We neither develop nor support the E225 drivers for our devices, and this is common, as free and open source is the Linux way.