In this case, I cannot guarentee that disabling MSI for all cases won’t cause regressions. Comment 8 Andy Gospodarek Does someone care to try the Hardy kernel at http: At the moment your choice is to go back to el6 or to wait and see if perhaps ELRepo might provide a kmod driver for the card. See full activity log.

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Hardware is the same as in the first post.

[ubuntu] nVidia MCP55 Ethernet not working in Ubuntu

Comment 18 Andy Gospodarek The question is whether for those that would have a board with one of those enabled, whether it gets enabled for the forcedeth as well.

So, it could be that the problem I had was different than the problems other people had, which is why other people upgrading to Intrepid with the Ubuntu The most important tenant of the SRU process is ’cause no regressions in the current release’. Though my hardware is differnet, this seems to be a general linus with forcedeth drivers on Ubuntu standard kernels. They won’t search in the launchpad or in google for a fix. Hopefully the patch describe by “attikon Ion ” is still working.


Still there we go. Comment 10 Andy Gospodarek Comment 21 Andy Gospodarek I’ve attached the configuration for eth0 that I’m using. And i honestly think that this bug fits the requiered conditions, i quote: Siva shankari abi wrote on Andreas Petlund andreas-petlund wrote on Kozie flamefingers wrote on I confirm this jcp55 with Ubuntu 8.

Or it could be that the problem I had is the same as what other people have, but there mc55 some difference between Ubuntu It’s too bad this problem cannot be fixed for only the machines that are having the problem through a system update without breaking things for working machines.

Linux nForce Driver – AMD64

Reverse Engineered nForce ethernet driver. I don’t think there’s any difference between them – eth0 works like a charm: Confirming on Hardy beta; indeed, it’s a kernel actually, ljnux driver bug.

We are no longer excepting NEW bugs into the release, bar critical regressions and blocker issues.

Product Management has requested further review of this request by Red Hat Engineering, for potential inclusion in mccp55 Red Hat Enterprise Linux Update release for currently deployed products. Comment 32 Carlos Avila Sorry about this but im really confused!


The following link, shows in detail, what are all the various options, ive tried.

Does the device switch you have connected to the forcedeth card with autoneg disabled play nicely with cards that linu it disabled? BB code is On.

I’ve already tried 2. Thanks ,inux your solution. Alex jelly wrote on But if your card is not in MSI mode, this would be a different issue and probably needs more investigation.

We will be making one more tweak to it and I’ll let you know when those kernels are available. Could someone affected by the bug either upgrade to Intrepid or boot from the live CD to test? The LAN chips are off of the northbridge I think.