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It just seems after every reboot that it doesn’t want to come up automatically. Due to this, we are doing a mass bug update across all of the Fedora 20 kernel bugs. I’ve rebooted several times now and it seems like everything is all working. I have ordered two more NICS to try in case this one just doesn’t work. To post a comment you must log in. Take everything out of except the cable. On bootup I noticed that it will not initialize this NIC but I am able to manually insert the e module and bring it up.

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Other bug subscribers Subscribe someone else. Last edited by jefro; at Am I missing a step somewhere? Still have to rebuild the driver with 2. JasperE jasper-e wrote on I haven’t tried to upgrade this server to 8.

Maybe using Intel’s drivers? PCI interrupt for device Login [x] Log in using an account from: I’m not sure linuux else to troubleshoot this myself — unless I find something more on the internet to guide 82541pk, I am be stuck!


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Your ifcfg file appears a bit odd – are you sure that the pinux is the same IP address as the interface? Would love to put 82541i card back to work. I have 2 of them Any help with this would be much appreciated Thanks, Last edited by Alienated; at Reset adapter Version-Release number of selected component if applicable: Now I have two new gigabit NICs on the way and may not need them after all.

If you need to reset your password, click here. You don’t happen to have another network controller of the same kind in your machine, do you? Having a problem logging in?

[SOLVED] Intel PI Gigabit Ethernet Controller Problem, CentOS x86_64 – CentOS

Using ethtool the tune adapter connection speed Compiling e drivers version 8. I assume this is the same Bart subscribed to this bug; 82541pj he will have more input on Intrepid? Last edited by Alienated; at Sorry for not checking that first, but the symptoms were just like the ones in this bug report and the driver README was too comfortable to follow.

Enable TCP checksum offload default setting 2. Find More Posts by Alienated. Disabling TSO is a valid workaround. Are you saying there is a known issue with the Intel cards as of a few months ago? I am running Ubuntu Click Here to receive this Complete Guide absolutely free.


To the best of my knowledge this machine hasn’t had latency issues until just recent.

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Did you ever find a real solution to the problem? I have the exact same problem with the same card.

When plugging the cable into the wall plug instead of the Linksys SD the dmesg command shows that the same unchanged driver is in fact capable to do MB:.

I can confirm that the problem persists in Intrepid with the 2. Please visit this page to clear all LQ-related cookies.

Is there a way around this problem? Thomas Antepoth ta-ubuntu-antepoth wrote on I am using 8.