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  1. #1
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    Thumbs up HOWTO : Untangle 7.1 on Intel Desktop Board D510MO

    Hi all,

    Untangle 7.1 is good and Intel Desktop Board D510MO with Intel Atom D510 CPU is good too.

    However, there are some users of Untangle do not know how to install Untangle 7.1 on this good motherboard. Now, I am going to share my experience here.

    The tutorial is prepared on Jan 2, 2010. That is 2 days before this board to be launched in Hong Kong. I got this board by special channel.

    The tutorial is here.

    Enjoy!

    Samiux

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    Smile

    In Step 5 you may wish to change:

    tar -xvzf r8168-8.015.00.tar.bz2
    cd r8168-8.015.00.tar.bz2


    to

    tar -xvjf r8168-8.015.00.tar.bz2
    cd r8168-8.015.00


    "Added a 'j' and took out the 'z' in the command string because it's a bzip file we're decompressing and not a gzip"

    "took out the '.tar.bz2' at teh end of the cd statement"

    other than that, very clean and perfect.... works for me...

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    Actually, why isn't the 8168 driver in the kernel already or built as a module. I know realtek stuff isn't fancied by many people but it works for home and small office...

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrArkaneX View Post
    In Step 5 you may wish to change:

    tar -xvzf r8168-8.015.00.tar.bz2
    cd r8168-8.015.00.tar.bz2


    to

    tar -xvjf r8168-8.015.00.tar.bz2
    cd r8168-8.015.00


    "Added a 'j' and took out the 'z' in the command string because it's a bzip file we're decompressing and not a gzip"

    "took out the '.tar.bz2' at teh end of the cd statement"

    other than that, very clean and perfect.... works for me...
    Thanks for the correction. The typo is fixed.
    Last edited by samiux; 02-19-2010 at 05:28 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DrArkaneX View Post
    Actually, why isn't the 8168 driver in the kernel already or built as a module. I know realtek stuff isn't fancied by many people but it works for home and small office...
    It is the bug in the kernel 2.6.26. Hope Untangle development team will upgrade the kernel in the near future.
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    I'm trying this on the new 7.2 RC1 release and I can't make the onboard NIC and my trendnet card work at the same time.

    when I complete the install, the trendnet PCI (eth1) works, and then when I go through the tutorial, the onboard NIC from the D510MO (eth0) works and the PCI stops working!

    How can I get them to both work at the same time?

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    one more thing to note, when I rmmod the driver, the system reboots...

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    Quote Originally Posted by casmit View Post
    I'm trying this on the new 7.2 RC1 release and I can't make the onboard NIC and my trendnet card work at the same time.

    when I complete the install, the trendnet PCI (eth1) works, and then when I go through the tutorial, the onboard NIC from the D510MO (eth0) works and the PCI stops working!

    How can I get them to both work at the same time?

    A user in this forum reported that the onboard NIC works out of box at Untangle 7.2RC1 or 7.2 Beta.
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    I tried it with 7.2RC1 and no luck. It sees it during the first round of install, but then when you reboot, it says eth0: down.
    Last edited by casmit; 03-09-2010 at 05:49 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by casmit View Post
    I tried it with 7.2RC1 and no luck. It sees it during the first round of install, but then when you reboot, it says eth0: down.
    This tutorial is proven work on Untangle 7.1 or 7.1.1 only.
    The miracle isn't that I finished. .... The miracle is that I had the courage to start.
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