Email Required, but never shown. ConnyLo webmaster on The Ubuntu’s kernel PPA 3. Many times I could just reboot a few times and the connection would come up. I get the following error, even with sudo:. Thanks everyone for all the great work and testing.
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I will use solution 1 for the moment. I’ll update this thread if the issue recurs.
Jeff Campbell jeff-soupbowl wrote on No Asset Information dmi. Has the new kernel package hit the repo yet?
Downloads for Intel® Gigabit Ethernet Controller
I believe I am also experiancing this bug, but I am not able to use the workaround. Basically, I’m seeing the behavior described here: For questions related to hardware requirements, see the documentation supplied with your Intel Gigabit adapter. The time now is I’ll post a link to that test connectionn shortly. What kernel version do you have? Thanks for the workaround btw.!
Did you find this information useful? I built the next test kernel, up to the following commit: I built the first test kernel, up to the following commit: Have you upgraded or installed it from scratch?
Downloads for Intel® 82579 Gigabit Ethernet Controller
I’ve been digging around forever with this. Sign up using Email and Password. I attempted to backport commit e60b22c, however commit e is infel prereq to backport completely. I’ll build another test kernel with both commits applied: What I’ve done thus far: Join Date Aug Beans Fixed for me on Lenovo x – thank you for all that work!
Linux* Base Driver for Intel® Gigabit Ethernet Network Connections
The new kernel installed 8 May hasn’t fixed the problem for me. Yes ethernet works with 3.
This bug was fixed in v3. I’ll update the bisect and build the next kernel. There is no such kernel in reality, but it does work on both my laptop and desktop.
All my concentration was elsewhere as I have still a pile of work to do. August 16th, 8.
Features now available in supported kernels: Many times I could just reboot a few times and the connection would come up. I do have WIFI. I’m re-trying it at the moment Francois Thirioux 822579lm wrote on The igb driver supports IEEE time stamping for kernels 2.