And here is a screenshot of the connection information when connected to the wired network , it seems odd as there is no ipv4 addr. ConnyLo webmaster wrote on You get it for free if you have IPv6 selected in the kernel. I’m still seeing this bug on Released Raring Page 1 of 3 1 2 3 Last Jump to page: When I get networking sorted out I’d like to upgrade to grub 2.
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Since new network cards are not supported by the Debian standard kernel as a rule, loading the current drivers from the Intel web site will be necessary.
August 15th, 5. ConnyLo webmaster on Tue Jul 09, I’m seeing this issue with Ubuntu If I boot normally, I get a black screen. Before boot, I did not try.
This bug should be fixed when Raring receives the 3. Once testing of the upstream kernel is complete, please mark this bug as “Confirmed”. I’ve also updated recently but mine is still broken The grub configuration I shared only has one boot stanza.
Brad Figg brad-figg wrote on Martin Stockhammer m-stockhammer wrote on Please test the latest v3. When I get networking sorted out I’d like to upgrade to grub 2.
Downloads for Intel® 82579 Gigabit Ethernet Controller
Remove any extra settings in NM. I believe I am also experiancing this bug, but I am not able to use the workaround. Damian O n-damian wrote on Have a look at Thomas-Krenn. Gianluca yanlux wrote on Fabio Marconi fabiomarconi on This bug is really annoying.
What kernel version do you have? Tue Jul 09, 7: Bug Watch Updater bug-watch-updater on I don’t much care which bootloader I use as it only runs for a few seconds once per kernel update, so I just want it to work when its needed.
This jic has been made by an automated script, maintained by the Ubuntu Kernel Team. It’s absolutely driving me crazy.
Gentoo Forums :: View topic – [SOLVED] Fresh Install – No Ethernet – Intel LM Adapter
Intel LM card I’m about to lose my mind over here. Just to make it clear again: To learn more ,inux how we use tags you may want to review http: I built the next test kernel, up to the following commit: Once that is known, we can perform a reverse bisect to identify the commit that fixes this.
Linux Kernel Bug Tracker That step is always for you to do. It seemw this regression was introduced in an audio commit specific to the device: