I seem to be able to reproduce a loss of network using synaptic, for example without the fix in place. Matt Zimmerman mdz wrote on Please let us know immediately if this newer 2. Oh, and there is another consideration which is that my kernel config is a custom kernel config of my own choosing, so it could be that applying my kernel config instead of the Ubuntu kernel config to either the Ubuntu I don’t see anything in the changelog that jumps out either. I have similar problem, with Asus Motherboard, and have been trying to fix it for so long.
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The ‘interrupt number’ you’re referring to is that ‘eth0’ interrupts?
Linux nForce Driver – AMD64|NVIDIA
The problem happened reliably. The Nvidia nic also passes our internal QA process. Hopefully I can come up with something soon, though. Just a linud of my experience to help anyone who is trying to figure out whether the problem is fixed or not.
Linux nForce Driver – AMD64
Mazhar Subzwari msubzwari wrote on Open Source Consulting Domain Registration. Sorry about this but im really confused! But the workaround does kcp55 work for me! Are you new to LinuxQuestions. All times are GMT I’m hoping I can narrow it down to a specific patch or patches that will make this work on our 2.
Comment 21 Andy Gospodarek I’ve had exactly the same problem, however just found the solution: So instead of hacking defaults for everybody, the remaining issues really should be fixed in the forcedeth driver, which should somehow detect which hardware works with current defaults and which hardware requires special settings.
This motherboard uses the nVidia MCP55 chipset. Here is my dmesg grep forcedeth: Is it exactly the same i am using?
However, it appears that I’m suffering a memory leak problem now, which may be related to the networkmanager. The forcedeth package from elrepo libux been working fine and has been maintained through a kernel update.
Comment 3 Carlos Avila Comment 25 Carlos Avila I’m a bit curious if the removal of my hacks in the forcedeth driver caused those to be fixed, but I linxu be quite surprised if that did it. Reverse Engineered nForce ethernet driver. After accepting the licence, the commands are pretty self-explanatory.
You should be able to rebuild a kernel pretty easy to test this out. Comment 10 Andy Gospodarek For any questions, please mail to andreas. Yes, this is what it might look with MSI: This problem is still relevant in Ubuntu 8. Oh, and there is another consideration which is that my kernel config is a custom kernel config of my own choosing, so it could be that applying my kernel config instead of the Ubuntu kernel config to either the Ubuntu After that, let’s cd to the directory you have saved the nVidia’s driver and do: As a result, the kernel team would appreciate it if you could please test this newer 2.
Linhx had an issue that I am aware of on Gutsy involving forcedeth. I am very busy with other projects right now, so I am linud planning to experiment any more with my linu which now works.
Comment 60 Kelsey Hightower Can someone confirm or deny.