Fedora 9 is OK. It is strange, because the network problem seems to fail only with recent version of Ubuntu, I found an old CD and it seems to work ok The problem happened reliably. They won’t search in the launchpad or in google for a fix. Thank you for taking the time to report this bug and helping to make Ubuntu better. I expect this is stating the obvious but just in case – There is a typo in Stefan Bader’s message it should read.
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Here is my dmesg grep forcedeth: You may not vote on this poll. This b option is kind of inconvenient because I am not going to upgrade my mcp55 from Hardy to Ibex I hope they can fix this bug soon, because a network problem simply stops people from trying out Ubuntu and the problem seems to apply in Kubutu as well because they can’t access support online easily if the network is down.
Ubuntu Manpage: nfe — NVIDIA nForce MCP Ethernet driver
This became a problem for me on one system of three I upgraded to Hardy. This was a problem for me in Ubuntu 8. Once I switched to the pre-release of Linus’s 2. Results 1 to 5 of 5.
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Hope netwoork will manage to fixe this, i remind you that i’m stil available to test your. I will update more once I try this out.
Comment on this change optional. The kernel version I was getting the problem reliably until then, so I’m pretty sure one of the several forcedeth patches in that kernel fixed it. Step 2, configure the system to do this automatically from now on when it starts otherwise you’ll need to do networi above mfp55 every time you boot.
May 31st, 1. As few people has mentioned in the forum, its really annoying to fix this problem. Is there any chance of a permanent fix appearing?
The problem also exists in Debian 4. The workaround helps, but I need to do it everytime I reboot, and it gets annoying. Keep us informed of your improvements: I always thought that ubuntu was a distribution that made the most possible to prevent new users from giving up because of loss of courage. Since different potentially related occurrences have surfaced since that, I definitely think that this should be looked into. Thanks for the feedback.
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Oh, and there is another consideration which is that my kernel config is a custom kernel config of my own choosing, so it could be that applying my kernel config instead of the Ubuntu kernel config to either the Ubuntu Matt Zimmerman mdz wrote on I believe it is a driver issue. Did this document solve your problem?
Email me about changes to this bug report. There are one of two ways you should be able to test:. Now I’m on 2.
Duplicates of this bug Bug Okay, tell you what: Also, please specifically note if the issue does or does not appear in the 2. I’ve tested the current development kernel 2. Take a look at https: