lspci -nnafter searching found that the ethernet adapter is from "INTEL I226-V"
gives "best" details about hardware even when it is not supported. (The unknown devices do show up with it.)
Particularly, the device ID (looks like [8086:15bb] -- the 15bb is I219-LM) is useful.
One can run the lspci with the install media even without installation of the system.
I've seen notes -- also from Windows users -- that the latest Intel network chips may have issues.
In other words, lack of drivers may not be the only roadblock.
Ironically, the older generation of Intel chips were very good.
Statistics: Posted by jlehtone — 2023/08/29 06:58:59