AMD chipset and Realtek network chipsets

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m-mehdipoor
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AMD chipset and Realtek network chipsets

Post by m-mehdipoor » 2018/11/11 22:30:46

I had rent a dedicated server in Hetzner and when I wanted to install centos 7 I realized it doesn't work correctly there.
The support team said to me :

CentOS 7 doesn't work correctly in combination with the AMD chipset and Realtek network chipsets.
We can not influence it or tell you when the developer team of CentOS is going to solve this issue.

Do you have any plan to fix this issue?

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Re: AMD chipset and Realtek network chipsets

Post by TrevorH » 2018/11/11 22:43:35

Since, to the best of my knowledge, it's not an issue that's ever been reported, it's unlikely to get fixed at all. What AMD chipset? What network card and chipset on that?
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Re: AMD chipset and Realtek network chipsets

Post by m-mehdipoor » 2018/11/21 22:45:02

Asus B350M-A is the mainboard installed on my server.
So the chipset is AMD B350 and on the named mainboard is a Realtek NIC installed

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Re: AMD chipset and Realtek network chipsets

Post by tunk » 2018/11/22 12:46:26

What does lspci tell about your NIC?

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Re: AMD chipset and Realtek network chipsets

Post by TrevorH » 2018/11/22 15:47:39

Better still, use lspci -nn | grep -i net and show that.
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