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About Emma13

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  1. New Driver for Realtek RTL8111

    Still looking for help. Your anger is misplaced if you assume I didn't spent time googling.
  2. New Driver for Realtek RTL8111

    I'm going to be using this machine for many years, so your recycle comment is off base. I appreciate your development efforts, but don't see that as justifying you yelling at me and repeating yourself. I think my questions about known workarounds or alternate versions are valid and think you should maybe not bother posting non-answers that could deter others from helping.
  3. New Driver for Realtek RTL8111

    OK, sorry to hear you're not developing this driver any longer. Do you know of any workarounds for this issue, such as disabling EEE? If not, can you suggest any older versions of this driver or other branches that may not have the problem? I would like to use something better than the Lnx2Mac kext, it breaks if I set a custom MTU.
  4. New Driver for Realtek RTL8111

    I want to report a problem with the RealtekRTL8111 driver v2.2.1 It seemed to work nicely on my new El Capitan setup, but after much frustration, turned out to be incompatible with the osx nfsd daemon. I use this machine as an NFS server for streaming to various Kodi devices on my LAN ( http://kodi.wiki/view/NFS#NFS_sharing_from_OS_X). Large videos would not start playing, and smaller videos (lower bitrate, and thus less demanding of a fast ethernet connection, I assume) would only work intermittently. Often they would stutter. I hope this problem can be easily reproduced across various hardware and software versions, but here is my setup: GA-G31M-ES2L motherboard with a RTL 8111C chip. I was in the process of upgrading this machine from osx 10.8.5 to 10.11.6. After troubleshooting potential firewall issues and Apple possibly botching up the nfsd daemon, I eventually went back to the Lnx2Mac RealtekRTL81xx.kext v0.0.90 that I'd used for a long time on Mountain Lion. Everything worked as normal with that old driver.