I’m a bit curious if the removal of my hacks in the forcedeth driver caused those to be fixed, but I would be quite surprised if that did it. Nivida nic is able to maintain network connectivity after the above test. Comment 39 Carlos Avila It is critical that we receive your feedback ASAP. Leann Ogasawara leannogasawara wrote on

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You may need to look at dkms. Nvidia MCP55 no kernel module Issues related to configuring your network.

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mxp55 First of all, we should unload the forcedeth module: Please refer to bug If you need to reset your password, click here. So, can somebody explain me why this bug won’t be fixed? They hope these examples will help you to get a better understanding of the Linux system and that you feel encouraged to try out things on your own.

Login [x] Log in using ,cp55 account from: The moment ethtool is used, regardless of options passed, the NIC is unable to stablish a link back again. Which would make me think the following should prevent NM from doing anything: I agree that some folks won’t use Ubuntu because of this, but I can’t always satisfy everyone. Which would make me think the following should prevent NM from doing anything:.


Brian Murray brian-murray on Here is the sequence: This was a problem for me linus Ubuntu 8. I will update more once I try this out.

[ubuntu] nVidia MCP55 Ethernet not working in Ubuntu

I’ll try to apply the patch you provided as soon as I can. That was the hope.

I rather disabled a setting by default. I understand redhat wanting to trim down the distro size and maybe they want to “modernize” or something.

Linux nForce Driver – AMD64

In other words does my debug line match that info that you get from lspci -vvnn? I tried to make this run every time I log in This is is stored in a plain text file in my documents lknux but after sudo su I need to type in my password, So it doesn’t work!

Comment 43 Andy Gospodarek Comment 35 Peter Martuccelli The only thing that’s changed in the interim is I installed turboprint surprise surprise as my canon mp printer isn’t supported I don’t know how that could have changed things but I can’t think of anything else.


Comment 15 Andres Barcenas Comment 28 Andy Gospodarek I did instead upgrade my kernel from the Hardy kernel to Linus’s 2.

Spent a good four hours looking at the problem and trying various fixes; the post by Tom was extremely helpful, but in no way would I have figured it out on my own. We will mpc55 making one more tweak to it and I’ll let you know when those kernels are available.

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Testing shows that they do not fix it. It would be great if someone could supply a dmesg log for the non-working case.

Is there some debugger I mcp555 run on this, or is this bug adequately documented already? Anything else is just a workaround for that problem. Not reported Advertised auto-negotiation: Information from a working kernel. One specific model of SuperMicro motherboard?