Email me about changes to this bug report. I think I’ll still update dhcpcd to 5. More on MTU if you’re interested http: I’d rather not use any manually installed or compiled drivers, as I require long term support LTS: Just a few quick additions. Stephen Lien Harrell sharrell wrote on Accepted linux-ubuntu- modules- 2.

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In my previous comment I meant to write “not sure which”: Simeon Walker simeon-walker wrote on Email lntel about changes to this bug report. Same here, but with: Page 1 of 2.

I have tried ubuntu 8. If that works, then this would look like a SRU acceptable change. If you’d like to contribute content, let us know. Comment on this change optional. The patch has been backported from Intrepid and adds the missing IDs to the driver. As this requires only a few additional IDs to be added to the driver, I have added linus to the updated linux-ubuntu- modules and uploaded today. It is detected with the updated driver, otherwise not.


IntelĀ® Network Adapter Driver for PCIe* IntelĀ® Gigabit Ethernet Network Connections Under Linux*

I’m going through each of these posts and will write back in a bit after I see the results. For the record, I just tested this in Intrepid using a live CD and it worked just fine. When I edited the conf again and rebooted, the output during bootup looks like the same, but the address is held and I’m effectively online. Find More Posts by disturbed1. As the card is working in Intrepid with the in-kernel driverI change the linux status to released.

I have made a new ubuntu installation at my new E Dell 82567b. BB code is On.

Sorry, got a bit sidetracked by other issues. Anyone of them works for me. And have fixed the problems.

Linux Kernel Driver DataBase: CONFIG_EE: Intel(R) PRO/ PCI-Express Gigabit Ethernet support

I’m getting this on a HP deC Workstation. Here’s one of many topics on the issue http: Bug attachments dmesg output edit lshw output. It will be first available in proposed or you can get it from my Hardy PPA https: Frye 822567v wrote on Having a problem logging in? Out of curiosity, which router do you have?


This bug was fixed in the package linux-ubuntu- modules- 2. Debian Bug tracker URL: Anybody had tried the Hardy test package who would be able to give feedback here? See full activity log.

Olivier Lemaire olivier-lemaire wrote on Last edited by silmaril8n; at Just a few quick additions.