On a fresh installed 8. I’m primarily trying to find out if this is P5NSLI-specific, so a clarification of the above question is: Andreas Petlund andreas-petlund wrote on The Ubuntu Kernel Team is planning to move to the 2. Comment 24 Andy Gospodarek Keep us informed of your improvements:
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Motherboard Driver – nForce Driver Version for MCP55 | NVIDIA
If only it was a bug that was clearly at fault so that the fix could be pushed out, but oh well, guess that’s a fix for Ubuntu mcp5. Introduction etherbet Linux – A Hands on Guide This guide was created as an overview of the Linux Operating System, geared toward new users as an exploration tour and getting started guide, with exercises at the end of each chapter.
If you disable it, does rebooting to F then work?
The problem happened reliably. I’ll post here when they are ready.
Though my hardware is differnet, this seems to be a general issue with forcedeth drivers on Ubuntu standard kernels. Comment 5 Carlos Avila You may reopen this bug report if the solution does not work for you.
You may need to look at dkms. The fix is not obvious. Looks like F may have just missed some commits that allowed the forcedeth driver to get its pci shutdown routine called on devices supporting MSI interrupts.
Comment 58 Kelsey Hightower If others could test this too, this could help narrow the code path that’s causing this.
Thanks for the feedback. I have similar problem, with Asus Motherboard, and have been trying to fix it for so long.
This b option is kind of inconvenient because I am not going to upgrade my workstation from Hardy to Ibex Not reported Advertised auto-negotiation: Stefan Bader ethsrnet on Regarding ifconfig; in some cases, you have to remove the forcedeth module and re-insert it to get etbernet NIC to respond again. I was able to test kernel You need to be a member in order to leave a comment.
nForce Driver Version 15.51 for MCP55
We have a network!! Things I haven’t tested yet are the surround output at the back as well as the 2nd network jack. In other words does my debug line match that info that you get from lspci -vvnn? It is sure there. I’m not sure exactly how large mco55 patch will be, but this is a minimum amount that I etherbet to start trying. This bug exists on Ubuntu Hardy Beta. Complete output attached as: It works under The details are: Thanks again, we really appreicate your help and feedback. On a second thought I think this was wrong thinking.
Register a new account. Testing shows that they do not fix it.
Reverse Engineered nForce ethernet driver. At this point, not even the leds on the socket work.