Obviously I cannot understand them but it seems to me! I have just installed ubuntu Page 1 of 3 1 2 3 Last Jump to page: There is a fix, it will be in Ubuntu soon once the official kernel gets updated to 3. Sat Jul 13, 5: When I configured the system the network interface was eno1, and I then did:
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Has the new kernel package hit the repo yet? As I said, it’s a linix kernel and I have no idea why it works. August 15th, 6.
Gianluca yanlux wrote on I’ll test it this now.
I’ll also take a look at the git log between v3. Fabio Marconi ilnux on Every time I’ve updated the kernel boot seems to have been mounted to sda1, I verified it a few times with lsblk.
I’ve also updated recently but mine is still broken Neddy, the symbolic link linux points to linux This fix has hit the official repo! Francois Thanks for pointing out the commits in comment It works for me.
Downloads for Intel® 82579 Gigabit Ethernet Controller
Since new network cards are not supported by the Debian standard kernel as a rule, loading the current drivers from the Intel web site will be necessary. Is there any chance that made things worse?
When ethernet is plugged before boot, the link is activated without trouble. NeddySeagoon- thanks for your help so far. Looking for quality servers?
I’ve just been installing all of the available updates over the last couple of days. This page was last modified on 8 Februaryat I’ll confirm when Ubuntu’s 3. It is about eth0 as it isn’t working in 3.
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August 15th, 5. I think I have the right device drivers based on my ethernet controller, listed below, and I’ve tried selecting a few others that closely match its description, rebuilt my kernel, but still get nothing. Current configuration, please let me know if any other diagnostic info would be helpful. One weird thing to add – I originally installed Raring clean on my test partition nnic had the same issue. Francois Thirioux fthx wrote on Our experts are sharing their knowledge with you.
The kernel from 54 works fine.
Linux Kernel Bug Tracker It would be helpful to confirm with exact release fixes this. To avoid the process of compiling, we provide Debian packages with the drivers for and bit systems.
This has fixed the issue for me on my T and T This question is unlikely to help any future visitors; it is only relevant to a small geographic area, a specific moment in time, or an extraordinarily narrow situation that is not generally applicable to the worldwide audience of the internet.
I built a Raring test kernel with commit ba applied. If you have installed lniux a current Debian CD, this kernel will have been installed.