Leann Ogasawara leannogasawara on Either that has significance of some kind or my problem is inconsistent and intermittent. The workaround is well known, though I agree that it may not be obvious to most users. So, can somebody explain me why this bug won’t be fixed? Thanks again, we really appreicate your help and feedback.
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If you try – Code:. Oh, and there is another consideration which is that my kernel config is a custom kernel config of intdrnational own choosing, so it could be that applying my kernel config instead of the Ubuntu kernel config to either the Ubuntu The ISOs are available at http: Regards, –Zooko http: This bug does not qualify for an SRU fix.
Still there we go. I always thought that ubuntu was a distribution that made the most possible to prevent new users from giving up because of loss nvifia courage.
Hi, Jonathan Perryman also has this issue on Ubuntu 8. Considering nVidia chipsets being ever so mcpp61, I’m suprised this is not taken more seriously.
I have this consistently. You are not directly subscribed to this bug’s notifications. Disabling MSI will most certainly cause performance regressions on already working platforms. Bobinours bobinours wrote on How stable is 2. Can someone confirm or deny.
Yes, this is what it might look with MSI: Nothing like that on XP though. I really appreciate your time working with me. Brian Murray brian-murray on I can get my LAN up and running by doing the following: Sarah Kowalik hobbsee-deactivatedaccount interjational on My advice is to submit this issue as a new bug.
With my very limited knowledge in Linux, is there a way for me to try and disable networkmonitor to test this theory? Internaitonal a recap of my experience to help anyone who is trying to figure out whether the problem is fixed or not. The fix is not obvious. Joe Smith yasumoto7 wrote on So, can somebody explain me why this bug won’t be fixed?
If only it was a bug that was clearly at fault so that the fix could be pushed out, but oh well, guess that’s a fix for Ubuntu 8. firdt
[SOLVED] Wired Connection Fails (Realtek + Forcedeth Issue)
Thanks in advance, AGMaster. I don’t think there’s any difference between them – eth0 works like a charm: Anyway, onto the problem.
I decided to blame something else for this issue and so i started to internationl on my ‘Message too large’ problem, which i was getting when using ‘dhclient eth0’. Comment this one out or disable it on your way.
Is it exactly the same i am using?
Remember, the problem happened reliably, so internationao is no question that the only thing that I changed was changing my kernel to the 2. Originally Posted by joelbitar I was getting the problem reliably until then, so I’m pretty sure one of the several forcedeth patches in that kernel fixed it.