I seem to be able to reproduce a loss of network using synaptic, for example without the fix in place. I haven’t checked, but I presume that the Ubuntu kernel is not precisely the same as the official kernel source code. Can you try with latest Ubuntu release? My Favorites Close Please login to see your favorites. Essentially the symptoms are: I’m getting this bug on Ubuntu Hardy Alpha5. You can try to add this script to your RC or at least write a sh script.
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I confirm this problem with Ubuntu 8. Can someone confirm or deny. In the Gusty Tribe 5 live installer, open a terminal:.
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And that was not a good fix. Please login to see your favorites. There are one of two ways you should be able to test:. My advice is to submit this issue as a new bug. I can understand your disappointment but please take into account that in Linux neetwork is the geeks and the users that have to work around broken or strange hardware while for other OS the vendors care more.
In other words does my debug neywork match that info that you get from lspci -vvnn? Though my hardware is differnet, this seems to be a general issue with forcedeth drivers on Ubuntu standard kernels.
neywork I don’t have internet, it doesn’t communicate with the modem router to get ip. I rather disabled a setting by default. And I am afraid this will require some time and effort. That was the hope. Yeap, the command by Tom works miracle.
Please let us know immediately if this newer 2. Thanks in advance, AGMaster.
This document is provided subject to the disclaimer at the end of this document. Then I upgraded my kernel to the 2. Laszlo Almasi almalaci wrote on The following link, shows in detail, what are all the various options, ive tried. Yfrwlf yfrwlf wrote on Can anyone please explain, in netwok “human” English, what I should do to fix this permanently!
Never had an issue that I am aware of on Gutsy involving forcedeth. May 31st, 2. Seems there is code to try to enable msi or msix later. Please refer to bug So what I think mc55 that something is wrong with either dhcp, network manager in gnome or the driver although forcedeth is loaded.
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This b option is kind of inconvenient because I am not going to upgrade my workstation from Hardy to Ibex So instead of hacking defaults for everybody, the remaining betwork really should be fixed in the forcedeth driver, which should somehow detect which hardware works with current defaults and which hardware requires special settings.
Is there some debugger I can run on this, or is this bug adequately documented already? Hardware is the same as in the first post. The solution given above resolved my problem. Is it exactly the same i am using? Since different potentially related occurrences have surfaced since that, I definitely think that this should be looked into.