I've measured good performance with Intel E1000 and Marvell 88E8xxx parts using jumbo packets in gigE LANs. While reviewing MOBOs I see that a very high fraction now use Realtek 8111 or 8168/8169 family parts. There seem to be driver issues and perhaps performance issues with the Realtek parts,but it's difficult to say without some testing.
I have recently got a new machine, a lenovo thinkpad T440s. I am trying Ubuntu 12.04 on it and it cannot find my wifi. I believe this is due to missing the driver for my network adapter. It's 2x2 11b/g/n Wireless LAN M.2 (Realtek 802.11d). I've been trying to find this answer elsewhere, but all I've surmised is that ubuntu really doesn't like these realtek network adapters.
I have recently built a computer with LAN chipset Realtek 8111E, and installed Ubuntu 12.04. I am connected to the Internet via a wired connection, but it is currently not detecting any wireless networks. After downloading and installing a driver from Realtek's website, it still doesn't work. Can anyone help?
Segítséget kérnék abban hogy telepíthetõ fel a Realtek szoftvere Realtek mûködik minden hang a laptopomon csak a mikrofon erõsítést nem érem el, ami nagyon hiányzik mert Skype-on nem hallanak.