Also, please specifically note if the issue does or does not appear in the 2. I will be testing the latest “test” kernel that you have posted and providing feed back through bugzilla and we continue in the resolution process. I rather disabled a setting by default. Stefan Bader smb wrote on Hi, Jonathan Perryman also has this issue on Ubuntu 8. Not reported Advertised auto-negotiation:

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With my very limited knowledge in Linux, is there a way for me to try and disable networkmonitor to test this theory?

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I get the temporary fix and do the following every time I log on. Please test kernels here: The forcedeth package from elrepo has been working fine and has been maintained through a kernel pinux. If you’d like to contribute content, let us know. I’ve tried the Ubuntu Gusty Gibbon Tribe 5 live disc x86 and the netboot variant x86 too, netboot worked fine.

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Anything else is just a workaround for that problem. Reverse Engineered nForce ethernet driver.


A reboot or power loss don’t seem to help getting the NIC back online. The I upgraded my kernel to 2.

Wed Oct 17 If the goal here is to block interrupts from happening it might be better to simply disable the hardware interrupts like most other drivers do. Comment 55 Andy Gospodarek Stefan Bader wrote on We are no longer excepting NEW bugs into the release, bar critical regressions and blocker issues.

Comment 51 Kelsey Hightower If there isn’t one already, best to raise an RFE on their bugtracker and ask if it’s possible. I take back what I’ve said I’ve been able to resolve this by trying to PXE boot the system, which seems to re-enable the interface.

In response to Stefan Bader’s post: Comment 6 Andy Gospodarek Comment 43 Andy Gospodarek Remember, the problem happened reliably, so there is no question that the only thing that I changed was changing my kernel to the 2. Testing shows that they do not fix it.

Unless you would like to install the sound driver too I didn’tchoose only pinux network driver. IIRC kernel updates rebuild initramfs and pick up the forcedeth options so once you have it working you never need to do anything again.


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Login [x] Log in using an account from: Comment 57 Andy Gospodarek The workaround using the forcedeth parameters and update-initramfs works. The NIC is enabled and capable of stablishing lunux link with any other Ethernet device. I have to add an old networking card to access updates etc.

It has less of an effect on the entire system and won’t be dependent on other irq changes that sneak into the kernel. The following link, shows in detail, what are all the various options, ive tried. Please refer to bug Network activity was tested using dns lookups dig and scp file transfers.