Let's try some basic steps:
- Is one of the LEDs on the ethernet port on after powering the Galileo?
- Did you wait at least 30sec after turning off before a new start?
- Did you attached the ethernet cable to a network before you turned it on?
I use the LSB image too, and the only - regular - problem for me is, the Galileo does not recognize a connection, if I connect the cable *after* start up.
yes the orange light is on, after i plug in the ethernet cable a yellow light comes on.
yes waited 30 secs.
yes tried that too.
the eth0 port works perfectly fine without the LSB image, i compared the dmesg from both images, the difference is eth0 and its driver stmmac is not loaded for the LSB image at start up, i have attached the two outputs.
reading this documents on stmmac, https://www.kernel.org/doc/Documentation/networking/stmmac.txt, seems stmmac should be enabled in kernel configurations ( see under 1. ). seeing that it does not load at start up, maybe i should have enabled it before building the image? i used bsp version 0.9.
quick edit: seems my assumption about stmmac is wrong, it is loaded correctly into kernel, i dont understand why it isnt loading. excuse my random assumptions, i am learning this as on the go.
lsmod shows stmmac is used by 0.
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I'm not that linux/network guru and unfortunatly, your linux wizard is sick at home. And I also should mention, I'm still on a 0.7.5 based LSB image. And to make it worst: I broke my Wlan card yesterday. But let's try some other ideas:
I forgot one important question: How do you currently access the Galileo? Via Wlan?
The stmmac module on my Galileo is also used by 0 - although I'm currently connected to it via eth0.
Some other ideas to check:
- What shows lspci? I get this:
00:14.6 Ethernet controller: Intel Corporation Device 0937 (rev 10)
00:14.7 Ethernet controller: Intel Corporation Device 0937 (rev 10)
- Check your kernel configuration. You can do this on your host computer. In your ./yocto_build directory call:
bitbake virtual/kernel -c menuconfig
You get a GUI to configure the kernel. The following stuff should be enabled:
* Bus options (PCI etc) -> [*] PCI support
* Device Drivers -> Network device support -> [*] Ethernet driver support -> ...
On my kernel the following ethernet drivers are enabled:
[*] Cadence devices
[*] Intel devices ->
<M> Intel(R) PRO/100 Gigabit Ethernet support
[*] STMicroelectronics devices ->
<M> STMicroelectronics 10/100/1000 Ethernet driver
[*] STMMAC PCI bus support
[*] STMMAC DMA arbitration scheme