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  • #44877
    xinbye
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    Hello,
    i run zeroshell in virtualbox. when i use adapter type pcnet (100mb) is work.
    but i use adapter type intel PRO/1000, it don’t work.
    my Gigabit PCI Express Network Adapter: http://www.tp-link.com.au/products/details/cat-11_TG-3468.html
    how can i do.
    Thanks

    #54571
    Montikore
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    i would say driver issue, as this is not an intel chip
    you should try to install the correct driver using a command line session on zeroshell

    #54572
    DrmCa
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    Just curious what version of VB you run on? They make wild changes from version to version from my experience, so I am curious.

    #54573
    xinbye
    Member

    @Montikore wrote:

    i would say driver issue, as this is not an intel chip
    you should try to install the correct driver using a command line session on zeroshell

    hello
    how can i install driver? i search google command and i don’t find them.
    thanks

    #54574
    xinbye
    Member

    @DrmCa wrote:

    Just curious what version of VB you run on? They make wild changes from version to version from my experience, so I am curious.

    hello
    i use virtualbox Version 5.0.40_Ubuntu r115130

    #54575
    DrmCa
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    Worked for me in 4.3.6 which I am still using (not for ZS though – it runs on HW) Yahoos @ Oracle could have fucked up something again, like they did with AMD core count detection in 5.0.

    #54576
    iulyb
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    Hi,
    I think you are on the wrong path.
    I used that interface ( Intel Pro 1000 ) in both NAT and bridged mode with virtual box ( same version) on my laptop without any issue.
    Not sure about the max transfer rate but it works. My laptop has intel NICs

    I think that the issue is between VB and your interface that cannot be virtualised. You might need an intel nic or at least a compatible one.

    #54577
    DrmCa
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    For the record, I always had Realtek NICs and the virtual Pro 1000 still worked.

    #54578
    simonalia
    Member

    how about that thing which was not mention previously

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