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07 Feb 2024 08:14 #292718 by rodw
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Purging rasbpi firmware on 12.4 fixed it?
I'm gunna give up I think!

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07 Feb 2024 23:51 #292800 by my1987toyota
I am not sure if your being sarcastic or not. I will say it fixed it for me. it was between that or installing the Debian netlist iso. then
downloading linuxcnc uspace afterwards. I do like the layout of Mate over XFCE.

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08 Feb 2024 02:20 #292814 by rodw
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I am not sure if your being sarcastic or not. I will say it fixed it for me. it was between that or installing the Debian netlist iso. then
downloading linuxcnc uspace afterwards. I do like the layout of Mate over XFCE.

If there was any sacasm it was not directed at you. :)
Just the 12.9.1 ISO had the raspbi pi firmware on it (hangover from a debian 12.0 bug fixed in 12.1)
When I built 2.9.2 i went to some lengths to avoid installing it, made it use Debian 12.4 and made sure it was not on the pc after installation. But I could see it tried to come along for the ride during th ebuild process. I'm wondering if it snuck back in on the sudo apt upgrade
I have  test PC that has the original ISO installed on it. I must check for it there.

The installer is built using the Debian Live Build system and we don't do anything odd  or build any software through the build process so its inherited from Debain :(
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08 Feb 2024 10:21 #292833 by rodw
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I can confirm that the naughty raspi-firmware snuck its way back on to my PC. I think on the apt upgrade I did yesterday. Tommy's method in the first post solved the error.
I have documented Tommy's steps in the first post in my revised install instructions here docs.google.com/document/d/1jeV_4VKzVmOI...diY/edit?usp=sharing
And reported it to Andy and Steffen via email. I think it needs to be escalated to Debian as a bug but I will wait until I get  a bit more feedback from my email.

Steffen was planning on adding my Instructions above to the LinuxCNC 2.9.2 Docs so thanks for reporting this.
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08 Feb 2024 10:58 #292837 by my1987toyota
Thanks for clarifying rodw
I can certainly understand doing everything in your power to fix a problem only to see it somehow show back up again.
A saying I had heard a long time ago was this,
"To err is human. But to really foul things up you need a computer."
I have yet to see that proven wrong. LOL
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09 Feb 2024 09:52 #292921 by rodw
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I have not tested the theory but because its a net install, now there has been some security updates, the 2.9.2 install now probably installs different packages to what it did when we released it and breaks stuff in the process.
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26 Feb 2024 09:38 #294487 by MarcoGaspar
Hello,

I follow this guide :  LinuxCNC install for Debian Bookworm on x86 - Google Docs

But i'm losing my ethernet connection (RTL8111 chipset) to mesa card... if i do sudo systemctl restart networking it start working again for some time and the it go down again.

 

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26 Feb 2024 09:48 #294488 by rodw
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please try

sudo apt install dkms
sudo apt install r8168-dkms
reboot.

Please refer to point 40 and on in my help document
docs.google.com/document/d/1jeV_4VKzVmOI...diY/edit?usp=sharing

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26 Feb 2024 10:07 #294493 by MarcoGaspar

please try

sudo apt install dkms
sudo apt install r8168-dkms
reboot.

Please refer to point 40 and on in my help document
docs.google.com/document/d/1jeV_4VKzVmOI...diY/edit?usp=sharing


I do:
sudo apt install dkms
sudo apt install r8168-dkms

But is the same.

I didn't do step 35/36/37 it can be that?

What is the best PCIe netword card so don't have the problems ?
 

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26 Feb 2024 10:13 #294495 by rodw
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Look for an intel card.
You can also try the kernel I built. The reason I put it first is that DKMS drivers need to be built for the specific kernel you use so it is quicker to add the lernel first.

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