Does not work without powered USB hub. With a lifetime warranty you can’t go wrong. Check the necessary header file “usbnet. The problem is not compiling the driver, as it automatically loads and configures itself as eth1. I would caution anyone against buying the Cisco adapter. Works very well on a Raspberry Pi 2 running Raspbian

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Navigation menu Personal tools Log in Request account. I wonder if I’m doing something wrong to get this thing working an easy way.

It’s plug and play under linux and linxu easy to install the driver in Windows 7. Works very well on a Raspberry Pi 2 running Raspbian Unlike later, USB 1. Join Date Jul Beans 5. The Belkin costs less and I’m tired of waiting for replacements in the mail from Cisco.

If you don’t have the kernel sources, you can get it from www. Works without a powered hub or when plugged into an unpowered hub on a Model “A” Pi. I just can’t do an ” ifconfig ” that shows it’s IP address.


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Extract the compressed driver source file to your template directory by the following command: No external power source or USB hub needed. Doesn’t seem to require any extra a8x8772a supply.

I got the driver to compile just fine after I corrected a path in the Makefile. I didn’t need to load drivers at all, they automatically downloaded from the website of the owner. March 22nd, 6. Sabrent Sabrent USB 2. AX Bus Device Raspberry Pi reboots when you plug it into the USB port, but after that works fine.

The driver for the chipset Asix AX included with the Raspbian kernel v 3. It works like a dream. Does it show in your file manager?

Works out of the box without any setup. I returned the first one I bought.

Howto: ASIX USB Ethernet Adapter on Ubuntu Linux – Plugable

New USB device strings: Nobody is born knowing this stuff linuxcommand. Works out of the box on Raspbian.


Check the necessary header file “usbnet. Not even with their tech support on the phone.

Originally Posted by bobd If these drivers could not work with your AXA lniux, please contact your AXA device manufacturer to get a correct driver. Board index All times are UTC. This only supports USB1. Check with lsusb -v, field bcdUSB. Select all Bus Device