Users can try the development Intrepid kernel from the kernel-ppa at http: You should then be able to test via a LiveCD. I hope they can fix this bug soon, because a network problem simply stops people from trying out Ubuntu and the problem seems to apply in Kubutu as well because they can’t access support online easily if the network is down. I wanted to get ubuntu working and switch to it but the fact that you need to be a computer geek to use it and I’m obviously not geek enough with 10 years of programming experience and I don’t have any more weeks of my life I’m prepared to waste on it and the fact that this bug is not considered important enough to be dealt with in an update, means it’s back to windows for me. Here is my dmesg grep forcedeth: 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 Disabling forcedeth for good The forcedeth driver gets loaded by default at boot time.
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Setting to linux – this is a kernel problem isn’t it?
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Thanks a lot lad for posting and attikon for compiling this all together. Alex jelly wrote on I was having problems with large data transfers. The problem happened reliably. I seem to be able to reproduce a loss of network using synaptic, for example without the fix in place. The fix is not obvious.
If you are running the installer of any nForce driverpack, you must not expect, that all nForce drivers of your OS will be updated by the drivers, which are within the set. I have similar problem, with Asus Motherboard, and have been trying to fix it for so long. Some of them are not even usable with certain nForce chipsets. Either that has significance of some kind packagd my problem is inconsistent and intermittent.
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Plz, plz if anyone can help me, in fixing this problem, it would definitely be a great help. The built in drivers are not good: And, eagerly, patiently, checking the forums with a hope that, atleast one day or other the problem, might get fixed. Based on the last comment and the previous ones that indicated this has been improved in 2. I have 6 ports grouped: How to benefit from the mcp55 signature of the modded drivers: Hi, I can’t get ethernet working on my new Centos 7 install.
Unfortunately many nForce chipset drivers packages, which pacage been officially released by NVIDIA, have not been optimized for all nForce chipsets they were designed for.
Andreas Petlund andreas-petlund wrote on Brian Murray brian-murray on The download is much quicker due to the small package size. Unfortunately many nForce chipset drivers packages, which have been officially released by NVIDIA, have not been optimized for all nForce chipsets they were designed for. First of all, we should unload the forcedeth module: Should I have to try in 2.
I haven’t yet tested this on Ubuntu, but with 2.
So the users probably have to do a manual driver installation nvidia nforce mcp55 within the Device Manager. I will mc;55 more once I try this out. This was a problem for me in Ubuntu 8. Since different potentially related occurrences have surfaced since that, I definitely think that this should be looked into.
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And that was not a good fix. In response to Stefan Bader’s post: Bobinours bobinours wrote on There’s no need to disable MSI for the whole kernel, one can fix this applying appropriate flags to a forcedeth module see comment Tue Oct 06, Operating System: Forcedeth need to get their act into gear, someone needs to poke them.
The customization of my “modded” driverpacks concerns just the associated text files with the extension “.