The package versions were: Please visit this page to clear all LQ-related cookies. It feels like a bug in the driver that corrupts memory because I see issues with network-related things eg. HP EliteBook w dmi. The suspicious thing to me is line 3 of the dmesg output where it references eth0 instead of eth2 although this may be a red herring. The first bit of complaining on the last log didn’t all make it to the netconsole and unlike previous instances, stayed on the screen for a while so I got a photo. No upgrade log present probably fresh install UserGroups:
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It seems this is a known issue But I finally sorted something out. Unfortunately, as slow as my internet is, downloading kernels is ethernef a bit faster than building them appears to be: Comment on this change optional.
This will allow for a more expedited analysis of the root cause of your issue. I rebooted a couple of times, and still had no problems. My testing yesterday was booting with the USB dongle inserted so that networking config could be pegaxus during boot, similarly to how I intend to run the system.
Changed in linux Ubuntu: I’m running Ubuntu When I shut down, and reboot even a minute later, Sorry for the delay in posting this. I’m happy to try more things to collect information if that will help. Join our community today! I noticed it causing problems after upgrading to The bug seems to remain, though it takes longer to trigger now than it did before. I downloaded a pre-git Linux history repo from the internet archive and traced the bad code to commit ef1bba7ed87a 9eea17 06e9f This machine has been happily running Ubuntu for a looong time though it was only recently upgraded to Ubuntu Note that despite this output, the system continued to run just fine.
This machine is a server.
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Now I may be clutching at straws here but is there any way I could configure my system so that the ethernet card became eth2 instead of eth0. Click Here to ehhernet this Complete Guide absolutely free.
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This book contains many real life examples derived from the author’s experience as a Linux system and network administrator, trainer and consultant. You need to log in to change this bug’s status. I just rebooted so I’m running the latest updates. I suppose this is the fix that should be committed. Could you iii do this following https: If this issue is fixed in the mainline kernel, please add the following tags by clicking on the yellow circle with a black pencil icon, next to the word Tags, located at the bottom of the report description: The time now is Visit the following links: A power surge recently fried the ethernet port on my motherboard, and attempts to install a new ethernet card and a wireless card both PCI failed.
Problem in Pegasus USB – Ethernet Driver
I’m going to first verify that when I build both of these tags I get the same behaviour as I do with the binary builds. That cuts way down on the search space. Pegasus USB dhcp-boot driver.
All times are GMT I know that there are a couple of similar threads to this and I have studied them.