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Apaprently the Suse dev farm have some with dead ethernet’s, a Linux dev has had his laptop screwed, and worryingly there’s a report of something similar happening with a RealTek ethernet card with the same symptoms. If the mainline kernel does not fix this bug, please add the tag: Barely anyone runs X on it. Tue Sep 23, 4: Thu Oct 02, 6: Sep 6, Posts: Joseph Salisbury jsalisbury on

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Nov 16, Posts: Waqar Ali Aziz, please be sure to confirm this issue exists with the latest development release of Ubuntu. Thu May 31 Revival for discrete adapters is not a guarantee, either.

Jan 23, Posts: Mon Nov 17, 4: See 10hd kernel bugzilla entry for reports from people who have tried using it.

List of Supported Retail Intel® Ethernet Adapters

Please let us know your results. Changed in linux Ubuntu: Mar 3, Posts: This will result in the device no 8068 being usable—in any operating system. This is going to get messy. Launchpad Janitor janitor wrote on Making things worse is that at least for the laptop chipset-integrated parts, the only tools available to reflash the EEPROM will destroy the functionality, making it so the devices are no longer even enumerated on the PCI Express bus.


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Brad Figg brad-figg on Barely anyone runs X on it. Thanks for the warning.

Intel Integrated Ethernet? Avoid prerelease distros and 2.6.27-rcX now

Only 5 confirmed reports of the flaw so far, or something? Originally posted by rjt: Apr 18, Posts: There is a tool recommended by some people, but it is for discrete parts only: Intel [HDA Intel], device 0: Really 10bs annoyed with this issue.

More speculation is that it isn’t kernel code at allbut rather these alpha and beta distro snapshots use a buggy pre-release version of X or its driverswhich of course have their own page table entries memory-mapping 10bc, and that X drivers may be inappropriately mapping and performing MMIO to the EEPROM NVM, destroying its contents.

By the way I think the term ‘mistake’ is likely accurate in the above line.

PCI\VEN_&DEV_10BD – DM-2 Gigabit Network… | Device Hunt

Jul 4, Posts: Nov 1, Posts: Ars Legatus Legionis et Subscriptor. 8806 Sep 26, In retrospect it’s a quite stupid hardware design. Maybe it helps in edge cases like booting off a network with a big MTU etc. It looks like the same error is all over the place. If you don’t take the semaphore, then blam.


The previous Linux driver didn’t seem to do it much if at all either Penalver penalvch wrote on