Bought the above dongle.
Here's my computer:
Hooked it up on my on-board Thunderbolt connection and the NIC lights up like there is activity but the OS does not see a NIC available. Still only Wifi.
Here is lsusb:
Should I have bought a thunderbolt one, instead? I assumed a USB-C dongle would workl in Thunderbolt.
Here's the thunderbolt panel in Settings/Privacy
Here is the network panel
P.S. This is NOT related to the other support post I just made. That was happening before this issue.
Do you have Bolt installed?
sudo apt install bolt
What is the output for
Bolt is installed, yes, and latest version - but no output for boltctl
This is a pretty high kernel. I hesitate to think that it lacks the drivers for your port.
Even so, it would also still be the first thing I try.
I would try the TuxInvader kernel, first:
I have the same kernel Zorin Core.
al@Al:~$ uname -a
Linux Al 5.15.0-69-generic #76~20.04.1-Ubuntu SMP Mon Mar 20 15:54:19 UTC 2023 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux
I don't see that hub referring to be Linux compatible?
Kernel updated yesterday.
Added: i see this one is Linux compatible.
Hope this may help.
Ok, updating kernel resulted in zero change.
ordered the new HUB. Will advise after tomorrow on the result.
Can confirm. New one works. Thanks for the link!
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