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  1. Slice

    RealtekR1000 v3

    I want to present you updated RealtekR1000 driver. I added support for new chips according to linux's sources. Now it supports RTL8168E,F/8111E,F.It works for me and works better then v2.0.6 from realtek.com.tw. Now I have no problems with sleep/wake. With native driver I sometimes lose LAN after wake.With this driver never. UPDATE. In this version I applied my own inventions so my driver differs from native. 09.10.2019 The driver is on GitHub now, sources and release https://github.com/SergeySlice/RealtekLANv3 05.05.2015 Sorry about broken links. There is new one. My latest sources RealtekR1000SL_src_20.02.2014.zip RealtekR1000SL.kext-v312.zip 25.04.2013 Corrected a mistake with warm boot after Windows. Thanks for Mieze, dmazar, rehabman. Updated part for RTL 8105/RTL8136 This kext is compiled under SL, XCode 3.2.5. For use in ML I'll check little later. EDITED: I checked, it works in ML 10.8.3. 15.12.2013 I made some changes according to official Realtek driver 8.037, newest for now. I can't say I take it as a whole. No, my driver is cropped and may not work for some chips. Anyway it tested for me in Mavericks. Change log: - adopted for new chips RTL8168GU/8111GU, 8411B, RTL8168EP/8111EP . But not tested - autolink to 1000Mb/s - some functions for WOL, not tested. 17.12.2013 More changes from linux sources implemented 20.12.2013 Implemented WoL as Mieze did. 24.12.2013 More codes for 8105E but not complete
  2. I have an Asus CG5290 desktop that has a gimped Rampage II Gene motherboard. It has Realtek RTL8168C ethernet. My hackintosh was doing well until Lion 10.7.2. It could get onto the internt with nothing more than IONetworkingFamily.kext. Upon updating from 10.7.2 to 10.7.4 I lost my internet connection. I got Lnx2Mac's Realtek RTL81xx Driver to load and in the system profile it shows my Realtek LAN interface but I can't get ethernet to show up in the system settings menu. Any ideas? Oddly LAN and ethernet work in Mountain Lion with Lnx2Mac's Realtek RTL81xx Driver. I'm baffled. Maybe while installing and uninstalling kexts I mixed something up. Does anyone have a Lion 10.7.4 IONetworkingFamily.kext I can download in case I have the wrong one.
  3. Hello, Having a super unusual (possibly unique) problem with my network adapter here. Been up down half a dozen forums with no hits. This morning, I had a perfectly functional 10.8.2 installation. The internet was working just fine with Lnx2Mac Realtek kext. There were, however, some intermittent connection drops and packet loss problems. I isolated the problem to OSX by checking similar behavior on my Windows partition and my laptop (Windows/Linux dualboot). So then I decided to see if I could fix the issue by trying out a different kext. After backing both the Lnx2Mac and the IONetworkingFamily kexts, I uninstalled the Lnx2Mac kext, replaced it with Slide's newly released R1000SL. Repaired permissions, rebuilt the cache and rebooted. Internet stopped working. I just replaced the backed up files, rebooted to regain the internet, and when I came back in, internet still wasn't working. Now the really weird part is that, OSX still thinks that there's an Ethernet connection active even when I unplug the cable. In network settings, the Ethernet connection is shown as "Connected". It has an IP address (169.254.134.{censored}) and a Subnet Mask ( However, it doesn't have an IP for the Router, or the DNS Server, or the Search Domains. Sure enough, when I check my router's connected devices page, my Hackintosh isn't visible there either. These settings don't change when I unplug the ethernet cable. The computer still thinks it's connected. I've never seen anything like this in my life. Can't figure out how to fix this for the life of me. I tried everything, including restoring kexts from my installation USB. No success whatsoever. If someone can point me in the right direction, I would really appreciate it. I can provide an IOReg output if that's going to be helpful. Just let me know. Hardware: - Core i7 2600K 3.5GHz - ASRock P67 Extreme4 Gen3 (Realtek RTL8168 on-board) - Gigabyte nVidia GTX 680 Thanks!