INTEL D915GEV ETHERNET DRIVER
Bringing up interface eth0: The current version is 2. Comment 6 Giuseppe Giannuzzi Its just that system-config-soundcard is reporting “No soundcards were detected” I can’t tell you if this was the case with yesterdays kernel, but I could retest if anyone is interested. Are you saying the FC4.
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But still the problem persists. Check this requirement doc and see if you missing something. Comment 8 Giuseppe Giannuzzi Are you saying the FC4. I wondered if this was just a case of the program being a little too literal in its interpretation of a “card”, but on my nvidia mb with integrated sound it happily reports “The following audio device was detected Comment 10 Giuseppe Giannuzzi Comment 20 John W.
Message Edited by muks on I checked the system configurations as per the given document. Comment 4 John Ellson Comment 16 John W. Etgernet Steps to Reproduce: The driver version is actually the same, but there may be some other bug present in the jwltest kernels: Browse Requests Reports Product Dashboard. I do have it as part of the test kernels here: An update has been released 2.
I’m running on the same board, with a fully updated FC3 install: Would you be d915gv to try the fedora-netdev kernels? It is installed on my home pc Message 5 of 8. Comment 2 Ryan Szypowski Please do try them Please retest with this update, and update this bug if necessary.
If I run the PC evaluator utility then atfer giving the message ” Comment 15 Giuseppe Giannuzzi Audio device is detected and works fine since the first release. Message 4 of 8. Message 6 of 8.
I formatted the hard-disk using the USB. Not a DOS disk: Perhaps one of those changes broke things for you? Comment 22 John W. When I try to evaluate my PC with USB utility, without giving any error, after loading ethernet drivers and finding ethernet device, the system reboots.
If you have updated to Fedora Core 4 since this bug was opened, and the problem still occurs with the intdl updates for that release, please change the version field of this bug to ‘fc4’. Comment 17 Giuseppe Giannuzzi Comment 18 John W.