Thanks man I’ll input that and send it you
Please see this post:
If it requires linux kernel headers, then install them if they are not installed.
How doni install the headers for it
Install the linux kernel headers that apply to your kernel e.g. if using kernel 5.10:
Okay I’ll try that and get back to you
To install the linux headers you need to know which kernel you’re running. Run,
in a terminal to find out which kernel you’re running at the moment. For example, I’m running 5.10, and my output looks like:
$ uname -r 5.10.23-1-MANJARO
To install the headers for linux kernel 5.10, you’d have to find it in the repositories first:
$ pamac search linux510 linux510-headers 5.10.23-1 core Header files and scripts for building modules for Linux510 kernel
Then, to install the headers, you install them with 1pamac install`:
$ pamac install linux510-headers
Fo9llowed by a reboot.
That is the best way to do it, in my opinion.
Hope this helps!
Thanks I did that installed the 510 headers and rebooted but it just didn’t work
I’m assuming you did it because you’re running kernel 5.10. Did you follow the instructions in the link @jrichard326 gave you after you installed the headers?
If so, and it’s still not working, please provide the information @Fabby asked for earlier.
Yess I did do it but doesn’t wanna work
Won’t let me send picture
Don’t send a picture. See
Have no idea what anyone that means I’ll just type out all the network Info it spat out
Device 1 realtek rtl8111/8168/8411 pci express gigabyte Ethernet
Vendor gigabyte drive:r8169 v:kernel port ee00 bus-id 03:00.0
Chip I’d- 10ec:8168 class-id: 0200
If: enp3s0 state down
Device 2 -realtek 802.11ac nic type USB driver n/a bus I’d 1-1.4:4
Chip I’d- 0bda:c811 class-id 0000 seriously filter
If-id-1 emp0s29ulul state: unknown speed: n/a mac: filter
Ip v4 type: dynamic noprefixroute scope: global
Ip6 type: noprefixroute scooe:link
Ps I do appreciate the help
I’m extremely sorry to say this, and I’ll probably get in trouble for it, but for anyone to help, more information is necessary. And I did give you a link for a guide on how to provide it. a Very good guide, if you ask me.
Without that info, and possibly more, you won’t get any help, because nobody on here are mind readers, even if what they can do sometimes looks like magic.
So, I’ll give you the link again: How to provide good information
Oksu whats that
Please read this:
and this again:
as you’ve only posted partial information.
I’ve also just come across this:
$ pamac search 8168 r8168-dkms 8.048.03-1 AUR A kernel module for Realtek 8168 network cards (DKMS version) [..] linux510-r8168 8.048.03-38 extra A kernel module for Realtek 8168 network cards
So, in theory, it should work if you install
pamac build r8168-dkms
But at this point it’s only guessing and it’s not a certainty.
That’s not the USB WiFi I have the onboard drivers installed
It had- git and the end on some other forum I got pli Ted to but tha ks I am now working tygsm
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