I meant that when i installed Manjaro, the driver was somethin else. I’ve used that graphic installer app all the time and i’ve read somewhere that they may make mistakes that terminal’s don’t. Some problem in removing old or somekinda registry (we have one, or is it Win only thing?) issue. Can’t tell.
Like i said, i have practically no clue what’s going on deeper in Linux, althou i’ve used several.
yeah understand. and no there is no registry. Modules (drivers) can be loaded instantly. There is a “prober” which detects the hardware and load the proper module. If that module is wrong you need to black list it, so that it chooses another one.
No it is live a session. A full linux running on your machine, using your hardware, but running from your usb disk. And yes the live session loaded the driver r8169, but you installed on your local install r8168. (which is closed source from REALTEK btw, therefore it is an extra module).
Do you get in this live session full speed internet?
If you have full speed here and everything works great, then remove the driver you have installed (r8168) on your local install and stick with r8169.
I thought driver is loaded from USB, not from puter. You see, after i removed 68 and “modprobed” (i really need to get to know what these things mean) 69, i lost connection completely. That’s why i went to USB.
I have old Pentium (600MHz i believe) laptop running next to this one now using another Linux. System itself is so hard to that thing that it almost freezes just in drawing grapgics. And yet it just downloaded 20ish Mb in speedtest. This puter has way faster ping and still the actuall connection speed is low. My personal logic chip is overheating ;D
What i’m going to do next, is doing the same cold start to router that i did to puter. And with hard reset (reseted it via control panel of course as part of this process earlier, but who knows if…).