By joining our community you will have the ability to post topics, receive our newsletter, use the advanced search, subscribe to threads and access many other special features. After an ifdown eth2 and ifup eth2, the interface appears in ifconfig and I the ethernet works again. December 15th, 6. What I am trying to do is to disable autonegotiation and force a desired speed. All drivers of that release were open source with that release: In both cases, I get a non-fatal traceback in the kernel log, but it’s unclear which, if any driver that’s associated with.
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CONFIG_FORCEDETH: Reverse Engineered nForce Ethernet support (EXPERIMENTAL)
Am I overlooking something? It is also puzzling that ifconfig reports the existence of an interface that ifup can’t find.
Same problem here Intrepid, Bit: I have the same problem Linuz Ibex, all updates, bit. David — yes there seems to have been some pretty good feedback on that patch. It seams that the nic has gone bad.
The forcedeth story – /home/liquidat
And things developed further — nvidia actually dropped their own driver. To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: Originally Posted by joelbitar Steve Beattie sbeattie on Stewart Midwinter and eugenioplease read the description of this bug carefully. Disabling forcedeth for good The forcedeth driver gets loaded by default at boot time. It seams that when I updated vista it changed something in relationship to the touchpad and now the buttons are reversed.
Do you think it says bridge because my ethernet card is integrated with my motherboard?
When it was released years ago nvidia provided a closed source LAN driver for Linux, called nvnet. Changed in linux Ubuntu Intrepid: Ok, as David indicates the patch may forcedethh may not be sufficient to solve this issue.
[SOLVED] Wired Connection Fails (Realtek + Forcedeth Issue)
It would also be useful if you could test the latest Jaunty kernel which should install just fine on an Intrepid systemand also report back here. I tried everyone of the liunx proposed except for the kernel patches wich are not specific for my hw. Maybe because it’s not detecting the network card properly?
And there appears to be a patch at: The kernels can be found at the URL below replacing the old kernels:. Alexander Sack asac wrote on December 15th, 5.
The forcedeth story
My ethernet controller is I have sucked it down and applied it to the latest Intrepid kernel. The workarounds in the following forum post worked for me last night when I tried them and I was finally able to connect to the Internet.
But the forcedeth story shows that it is definitely worth a try! December 14th, 2. This information was last pulled 6 hours ago. I don’t know if it should be there, but: The above fix solved the problem for me. Launchpad Janitor janitor wrote on Linu can be found at the URL below: Help answer threads with 0 replies.
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