Which would make me think the following should prevent NM from doing anything: Still there we go. Comment 8 Andy Gospodarek Output of dmesg when USB key plugged in. If you have any questions or problems, please check the linux discussion forum. Any thoughts on this Ayaz?
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I did instead upgrade my kernel from the Hardy kernel to Linus’s 2. Remember, the problem happened reliably, so there is no question that the only thing that I changed was changing my kernel to the 2.
Ethernet nVidia MCP55 not working [ gutsy, hardy]. Im new to this launchpad. Yes I certainly need luck, I’ve spent more time sitting through urgent update reboots with vista in the past month than I have working.
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Comment 44 Carlos Avila Comment 6 Andy Gospodarek Comment 61 Andy Gospodarek I take back what I’ve said I haven’t yet tested this on Ubuntu, but with 2. It takes a few maybe 5 seconds for the link to be re-established, but the liunx does go up and I’m posting to this bugzilla from that system with the link speed currently at Mbps full-duplex.
I’m bisecting changes now and it appears something changed during the 2. Things I haven’t tested yet are the surround output at the back as well as the 2nd network jack.
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I had this problem in Hardy, if it’s somehow been marked as something that doesn’t need to be fixed the person doing the classifying is a fool. Reboot and prair. Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5. Just a little message to say that i upgraded to latest linux-image- 2. Then I upgraded my kernel to the 2.
I’m primarily trying to find out if this is P5NSLI-specific, so a clarification of the above question is: We are no longer excepting NEW bugs into the release, bar critical regressions and blocker issues.
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 24 Andy Gospodarek Now that I think about it, I used to have a weird bug when I was running Vista that would show up rarely. Login [x] Log in using an account from: I managed to get my hands on a system that has what appears to be an identical MCP55 chip even down to the revbut was unale to reproduce the problem before.
Comment 62 Kelsey Hightower Product Management has requested further review of this request by Red Hat Lnux, for potential inclusion in a Red Hat Enterprise Linux Update release for currently deployed products. In other words does my debug line match that info that you get from lspci -vvnn?
Remember, all my problems were fixed by upgrading to the upstream- linux-gregkh lnux.
Use the FAQ Luke. As a result, the kernel team would appreciate it if you could please test this newer 2.
Disabling forcedeth for good The forcedeth driver gets loaded by default at boot time. Running the commands given kinux Tom Warley in the first comment above fixes the issue. Review the Known Problems for any special installation instructions required by your platform. If you want more tests, just tell me, i would be glad to help you solve this problem. Comment 28 Andy Gospodarek