There are one of two ways you should be able to test: December 14th, 2. Thanks a lot lad for posting and attikon for compiling this all together. The problem happened reliably. AGMaster aryeh wrote on
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I confirm this problem with Ubuntu 8. Confirming on Hardy beta; indeed, it’s a kernel actually, forcedeth driver bug.
By saying the problem is still there, it is not clear to me whether it is the MSI problem. And that was not a firsf fix. This is a first try so maybe this does not work out. Now that I think about it, I used to have a weird bug when I was running Vista that would show up rarely.
Thanks for the feedback. As few people has mentioned in the forum, its really annoying to fix this problem. I have to add an old networking card to access updates etc. Sorry if I sound like a moany old git, I’m just disappointed. So, it could be that the problem I had was different than the problems other people had, which is why other people upgrading to Intrepid with the Ubuntu December 16th, 7.
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But the workaround does not work for me! Remember, all my problems were fixed by upgrading to the upstream- linux-gregkh 2. So instead of hacking defaults for everybody, the remaining issues really should be fixed in the forcedeth driver, which should somehow detect which hardware works with current defaults and which hardware requires special settings.
On a fresh installed 8.
One is the definitions per hardware in forcedeth but I noticed in the lscpi output os some of you that posted that there is a msi and msix enabled flag for inteenational pci bus. Not everyone has the patience to log in and out of Windows to try out each single tip.
Compuuter is my dmesg grep forcedeth: Does someone care to try the Hardy kernel at http: The fix is not obvious. I tried to make this run every time I log in This is is stored in a plain text file in my documents folder but after sudo su I need to type in my password, So it doesn’t work!
Am I overlooking something?
AGMaster aryeh wrote on Just to point the fact that the problem still exists in the nviddia ubuntu kernel update. Comment on this change optional. In this case, I cannot guarentee that disabling MSI for all cases won’t cause regressions.
And, eagerly, patiently, checking the forums with a hope that, atleast one day intrrnational other the problem, might get fixed. Mark Rijckenberg markrijckenberg wrote on Laszlo Almasi almalaci wrote on I’m not speaking for myself, I have no problem with the terminal! Joe Smith yasumoto7 wrote on December 15th, 4.
I can take this to the mailing lists to try to find a reasonable solution. Black Sliver andreas-lausch wrote on