Lenovo L13 yoga 'Maybe the usb cable is bad' error when trying to register
Sorry for the delay, things are a bit crazy. Finally got a chance to give this a try
Getting a different error now
/bin/cat: /sys/class/net/enp0s20f0u2/carrier: Invalid Argument
I queued up the host to be imaged, booted into fog, it loaded the test kernel, then gave this error like 20 times, the said it failed to get an IP via DHCP and then paused with a press enter to continue.
Gonna try with the normal 5.6.18 kernel again.
@jj-fullmer Ok I looked and the realtek driver has been in the linux kernel for a while (sorry just closed the page and don’t remember). That is also a very old driver in the official linux kernel. I patched a one off kernel with the updated realtek driver for the 8125 adapter.
Download this and save as bzImage5618RT into /var/www/html/fog/service/ipxe directory. Then update the host definition to use this kernel (or just change the global kernel from bzImage to bzImage5618RT. It is the same kernel as the official FOG kernel except I’ve patched the kernel with the updated realtek drivers.
Vendor, the name of the device in windows is
Lenovo USB-C to Ethernet Adapterbut the driver provider and the Manufacturer is listed as Realtek
@jj-fullmer From a windows computer will you give me the vendor and hardware ID of that network adapter? I’ll look up to see if that driver is in the FOG kernel.