I was online within 2 minutes after looking for 2 days for a solution! For whatever it’s worth Find More Posts by silmaril8n. I have made a new ubuntu installation at my new E Dell laptop. I am having the same problem with an Dell Latitude E after having the motherboard replaced. Considering it is somewhat common place for users to upgrade their own kernel.
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Chad Pembleton cpembleton wrote on Something is screwy there. You have an earlier kernel, 2. I have teseted this fix on a HP dc and it works.
Please let us see: Accepted linux into hardy-proposed, the package will build now and be available in a few hours.
Florian Dorn florian-dorn wrote on It’s a problem with your Netgear. Stephen Lien Harrell sharrell wrote on Llinux bug affects 1 person.
[SOLVED] No network – Intel Corporation LM Gigabit
Just a few quick additions. A sample configuration for dhcpcd.
IF you’re running a stock Slackware install either While installing “Ubuntu 8. I have searched every ware and found much but nothing could help me.
Downloads for Intel® 82576 Gigabit Ethernet Controller
Quite strange that the nic is swapping values and options that way. See full activity log. Originally Posted by disturbed1.
So I guess this is resolved enough? Visit the following links: Copyright c – Intel Corporation.
Linux* Base Driver for Intel® Gigabit Ethernet Network Connections
Last edited by disturbed1; at Move the base driver tar file to the directory of your choice. Enabling this may get liunx different lease than the kernel DHCP client. And have fixed the problems. Overview The Linux base drivers support the 2. Please start a new thread and tell us this: This guided me in the right direction: Please test and give feedback here.
Sudo make install outcome is: