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So there has to be a way to force the module to try to work on the device even if it thinks it shouldn’t.
Mailing List Archive: Interface eth0 does not exist – ee/e
And we are also talking about reasonable popular hardware. Unknown device rev 05 I will attach ethtool -e and ethregs from this machine. The time now is Also, please be also aware, that some testers might simply change their old download URL from a download manager and genroo from 5 to 6 – therefore I really suggest to at least move the images away to some different place and replace the ISO files with textfiles containing the same warning together with the gentop download location.
Thankyou sir for replaying Then you can discuss what steps have to be make to address this problem. The tool reads the probably corrupted content, which is sent to me.
It’s alpha software, people should be considered as being aware that using it might break stuff. John Dong jdong wrote on On Sat, Aug 27, at 4: Bug attachments messages edit eth0.
This will allow us to verify whether you are really hitting the very same problem. I’m wondering if it would be possible for us to patch out the sections of the driver which write to the NVRAM, assuming E11000e are not able to make suitable changes before 2.
Gentoo Forums :: View topic – e and ee not working Ethernet
I should have said, this is the case on my device, apparently it is not the case for all devices, you will need to check if your device is listed in lspci or not. The genoo does not list in lspci or lspci -n because it is dead, therefore I cannot find the new device ID because it doesn’t have one.
For folks like me, it will be a good decision to blacklist ee pending a resolution. The only relevant discussion here is that which is gathering information about the bug, or attempting to fix it. In the beginning, the LAN works fine for x86 system.
Just asked the guys in front of the computer to do it Here’s a detailed guide Ubuntu And some people actually say things like: All I did was make sure as many of the people as possible who could fix it, knew about it. The checksum is performed inside nvm.
CONFIG_E1000E: Intel(R) PRO/1000 PCI-Express Gigabit Ethernet support
On beta1, we’re able to reproduce the issue pretty reliably by simply booting into runlevel 3, and shutdown the machine 1 minute gentol. Registration is quick, simple and absolutely free.
In the tarball, named ee At least one reported I worked with was running 32 bit. That’s a good update, thanks. If you need to reset your password, click here. I have discovered Intel Ethernet Connections Boot Utilitybut according to the documentation for version 1.