Information from a non working kernel. I’m primarily trying to find out if this is P5NSLI-specific, so a clarification of the above question is: Comment 19 Andy Gospodarek Comment 15 Andres Barcenas This bug affects 3 people. Comment 24 Andy Gospodarek
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Here is my lspci -vvnn: Problems loading the nvidia ethernet driver? It takes a few hours to trigger, typically, but when it does it locks up my linksys router presumably the Linux workstation is sending packets at such a rate that it overloads the linksys, I dunno, but if I unplug the ethernet cable then the linksys router comes back to life at the same moment as locking up the workstation itself. I’m not speaking for myself, I have no problem with the terminal!
Remember, all my problems were fixed by upgrading to the upstream- linux-gregkh 2. Here’s lspci -v August 23rd, 4.
This became a problem for me on one system of three I upgraded to Hardy. There’s no need to disable MSI for the nvkdia kernel, one can fix this applying appropriate flags to a forcedeth module see comment 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. For me networking works just fine, except for suspending, so I don’t think any defaults should be modified, unless those defaults would fix the suspend problem.
Linux nForce Drivers
The system recognises it exist but will not turn on. But, if you configure the interface using ethtool before bringing it up, the configuration will stick and the NIC stays online.
We are no longer excepting NEW bugs into the release, bar critical regressions and blocker issues. Comment 1 Carlos Avila Sarah Kowalik hobbsee-deactivatedaccount wrote on I upgraded my kernel to the upstream Mcp55 official 2.
If you’d like to contribute content, let us know. Note You need to log in before you can comment on or make changes to this bug. I ethenet a problem which had similar or identical symptoms to the problems other people reported. Not as lucky as Black Silver, I still have this problem on Ubuntu 9.
linux nVidia MCP55 forcedeth module is not working
Linux Power User Bundle. I agree that some folks won’t use Ubuntu because of this, but I can’t always satisfy everyone. If you want more tests, just tell me, i would be glad to help you solve this problem. And i honestly think that this bug fits the requiered conditions, i quote: Run “ethtool eth0” or try pinging any other device on the network. If the goal here is to block interrupts from happening it might be better to ehhernet disable the hardware interrupts like most other drivers do.
This bug exists on Ubuntu Hardy Beta.
Linux nForce Drivers|NVIDIA
I haven’t put them in a test kernel, but a patch to include them is here if you would like to try it: Comment this one out or disable it on your way. Are there anybody in addition to me who still experiences the network problems after upgrading to 2. Thanks a lot lad for posting and attikon for compiling this all together.
Tom Worley tom-worley wrote on Open Source Consulting Domain Registration. In order for the installer to build the driver, the kernel source needs to be installed.