Note the two versions for the Apple versions of the hardware. Now reboot your computer and Windows will attempt to install the driver again. Most times it will fail to install the driver. Download the Windows 7 beta driver above and install it again after the reboot. This will then try to find the driver. When it does not find the driver you must then install the driver from above. If that has failed then try and install the driver in compatibility mode as shown below.
This will normally solve all the problems. And the clients app's of course. In the current situation sometimes bonjour get kicked out. I'm happy to see someone has extended my work on this driver! I received many requests to add E support, but I didn't have time, nor did I have the hardware to test against. Thank you for your efforts! Bit Shoveler Chucko: Thanks for your comment! Without your great work on RSL, this would have been extremely difficult!
I didn't have the hardware either That's where MacMan and the community helped! I am wondering if this will work with my conroe d mb. It has the e realtek chipset to the best of my memory The reason that I am looking in to this is because at present I cannot put this mb to sleep Any ideas folks? Unfortunately the current beta doesn't support the E yet. It's planned for future beta versions soon to be released So you might want to subscribe to this site or follow my twitter. Thank you very much for your work. Testing it on gigabyte pud3r with cartri bios, multicast doesn't work sap announce in vlc, bonjure.
It works with RealtekRSL.
Please see Reporting Problems above. I look forward to read your post, to debug and identify the problem. Hi lnx2Mac! Thanks for your great work! Just want to post some feedback, albeit not to be taken as final. You stated on Tonymacx86 that you hadn't tested for WOL. Well, I use WOL a lot. Since then, WOL has been working erratically. I said before that my comment is not to be taken as final, since I have yet to test behaviour with the original, unmodified ION.. Just to let you and other users know, in the hope of gathering more experience.
Gracias por tu comentario! As for IONetworkingFamily. I'll appreciate if you could start a topic in the tonymacx86 forum as stated above in Reporting Problems , to debug and identify the problem. Please start a topic in the tonymacx86 forum as stated above in Reporting Problems , to debug and identify the problem.
It should work fine on your build. I'm working on this However, lately I've been swamped with work, so it's taking longer than I wanted Stay tuned though It's gonna be soon. After a clean install I followed your instructions to the letter.
The driver seems to be working just fine. Now it's all right, and as I said I don't know what happened, it just started working fine after many dsdt, chameleon and kexts tested while trying to get speedstep working. Great work Lnx2Mac. Will be testing for sleep and more as soon as I can get it running fine, otherwise I won't know what to blame for the problems that may occur. Thanks for great works.. It works with bonjour. Bonjour should work with the driver. First of all many thanks for your great work. Unfortunately, I have the problem that I can use wake on lan not, I had the hope to me that with your kext is possible.
Sorry, could also not solve the problem. Thank you. Best regards Marco. Unfortunately, the driver doesn't sense when an Ethernet cable is plugged in and I don't get a connection. Any hints what I could try? I didn't understand. It should work if you enable it in the BIOS. If you still have problems, please see Reporting Problems above. Please make sure to remove the following if found: If you still have issues, please see Reporting Problems above. Just as a testing report: Network connection shown as active but it does not work.
Only tried the kext, as this card works anyway without any kext or other hack not tried Bonjour though. This driver currently doesn't support the RTL This is solved in a new version I'm about to release. There's no option in 'Energy Saver' to 'Wake for Ethernet network'. Any ideas? I'm using the stock kext at the mo Jaraeez. As of v0. Regarding the issues with the Official Realtek kext, it seems to work OK for some, while others reported many issues with it.
I'd suggest going back to this v0. Please report back, Lnx2Mac.
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Apparently VMware disables multicast when a virtual machine is shutdown, effectively leading to "losing the network". I'd suggest you to contact VMware on this. No more. How do I fix it?. Can you be a bit more specific? Also, please see Reporting Problems above. Thanks for your feedback! Note that WOL is enabled in the driver, and as of v0.
Please report back if you still have issues with it. Hi, I will explain my problem. I have a computer with the following characteristics: Then I reset the computer and install the audio kext and your network kext. The audio works but the network does not work. In addition, the computer loads slow and the screen freezes. So, I turn off by pressing the power button, wait 15 seconds, switch on and it boots up fine, but the network operates. If I turn my computer correctly, restarting is the same.
Wol is enabled in bios. I use a loader of iboot. I installed the debug version, but can't find the log. Could there be a file that is blocking the wol from working. I hope you can bring some light in the tunnel. Regarding your issues please see Reporting Problems above However, it seems your problems span beyond Network. The logs can be found in kernel. What do you mean by "the kext from pds3"? How about joining the tonymacx86 forum? I visit and provide support there almost every day. I have no idea what this DSDT has May be you can discuss this with fellow PDS3 users in tonymacx86's forum.
I don't think the should work at least in Linux it requires a different driver. However, please open a topic in the RTL81xx beta testing subforum so you can post debug logs, etc. Hi lnx2mac! I posted a comment on Oct 8th, re WOL working only erratically. It's taken me a while to work this out, partly due to my lack of time, partly because I was completely on the wrong track!
So the good news up front: WOL works perfectly for me with your driver! And that apparently made my php script stop working properly without any visible signs that id did!
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I'm sorry if my comment made you waste your valuable time, but at least take note that I have immediately posted my comment as soon as I found out the cause Thanks again for your work! Glad WOL works for you! Even when the machine is powered off, not just sleeping. Thanks for reporting back! I am very willing to act as a tester for such support in your driver. If you are interested you can mail me at trograin [at]gmail. Unfortunately, the s is a different family, and Linux's r driver on which my RTL81xx is based doesn't support it. With this driver, both interfaces were immediately discovered.
For the stability, I have to wait a little bit more. Hi, Great work. Sleep working fine althought a bit more time to wake up than RSL. Not supported on this machine. WOL does work , but is always enabled. Any thoughts? Hi again, WOL does indeed work. The problem is that "Wake on Ethernet access" cannot be enabled because the relevant checkbox is missing in the Energy Saver Preference Pane.
This command reports "Wake On Network Access: Airport Extreme or Time Capsule to wake up computers when a service registered with the sleep proxy server is accessed. When this capability is implemented, the DNSResponder daemon tells the bonjour proxy server that the system is going to sleep before actually going to sleep which enables the Bonjour proxy server to carry on advertising the service although the host is sleeping.
This feature works with the original 2. Realtek driver and iis the only way to wake up a host on a network with an airport extreme or time capsule router. Any idea how to make this work. Thanks for your very detailed description on Wake On Demand! I'm pretty sure that once I release a new beta with WoL , it will work! Will appreciate if you could please contact me via email so we can test this together. Thanks, Lnx2Mac.
Guilherme Levandoski: Still working on this However, doesn't the Apple vanilla driver work for you? Haven't tried it with Leopard Why don't you upgrade to Snow? I am on Snow right now, but I have some issues to deal with. If I will not be able to solve them, I will go back to Leo. So OK, when and if I'll get my Leo back i will test it and report. Sorry to hear about your issues with Snow.
Care to share? Why don't you join tonymacx86's forum? Most annoying: If Leopard works for you better than Snow, that's fine Actually, I'm still running it on my MacBookPro 17 but that's due to lack of time to install and restore all my stuff. Please report back how the driver works for you on Error during system load.
Anyway, just a brief testing, as now I am back to Seems like the latest and greatest of Hackintosh apps have put Leo into oblivion, although not officially. Not so good news for us with older hardware. Not at this time The is part of the family, whereas I'm currently focusing on the Lnx2Mac This actually got my working. Tried it for giggles and it worked. Does timeout occasionally. But went 24hrs without dropping yesterday. Then my main disk had an error that disk utilities couldn't fix, so I formatted and restored from a time machine backup.
After reinstalling Chameleon and a few other things, I noticed my bonjour wasn't working anymore. I uninstalled your driver and installed the "official" one. I wasn't able to fix this, so I pulled out that driver and reinstalled yours. Same problem! Any idea how to fix?
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Some things you might want to try are: Please post back if that helps. Hi Lnx2Mac, First of all, thanks for the great driver for the hacintosh community! Please let me know what you need me to do to help you get this to work. See Reporting Problems in the post body. Thanks for the info. I think I have run into the same situation the other poster encountered above. Let's hope you can figure it out soon Thanks again. Direct WOL should work Which WOL utility are you using? The one I use is ReadPixel's and works wonderfully.
Thanks for the quick response. I appreciate it since I've been trying to solve this issue by searching the internet for a long time. I don't use any WOL utility. I'll have to check out ReadPixel's tomorrow, and see if it works. It works!!! Donation is on its way One issue I had, probably totally unrelated to your driver, but maybe somewhat related to your post re. After that, my network stopped working after sleep.
Just in case someone else experiences the same problem, here's my bit! Thanks again for your hard work! Thanks for sharing If you feel like doing it, it might help if you could install the debug version of the driver, and email me lnx2mac gmail. I still have auto-negotiation issues, will only connect with Mbit with my Switch. Manual settings will not work either. AppleRTL kext either. BR, Karlson. Can you try with a different cable or on another switch port? Are other computers linking at 1Gbps with your switch?
Hey man. Install realtek driver using multibeast, network worked until restart. Used your driver - had some double click issues - is this the USB thing people talking about?
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Sleep worked good though.