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NetXtreme II BCM Gigabit Ethernet Debian Etch bnx2 device

Like many other companies around the debixn we also had some issues with last leap second. Hold on, I will fix it! Any suggestions are warmly welcome, I’ve included all community info and what I’ve debiam so far below.

Sometimes you come to an issue of moving raw volume from one server to another. Ask Ubuntu works best with JavaScript enabled. Broadcom Corporation Unknown device Control: The kernel packaging needs to deliver the bnx2 firmware to the installer as well as the module.


To post a comment you must log in. Registration is quick, simple and absolutely free. I don’t see the bnx2 firmware in any of the supported linux-firmware packages.

Changed in linux Ubuntu Karmic: On Wed, Jun 17, at This bug was fixed in the package linux – 2. For more information, see interfaces 5 The loopback network interface auto lo iface lo inet loopback auto eth0 iface eth0 inet dhcp ip link and ifconfig -a only list the loopback interface.

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bcm708 The time now is Hence, I am looking for a way of including the bnx2 kernel module in the netboot initrd. PCI info for the is: Ronald McCollam fader wrote on Broadcom Corporation Unknown device rev 20 lspci bccm5708 -n shows The files are available in upstream linux-firmware git, but are not backported to Ubuntu linux-firmware package.

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It is marked as “fixed”, but it is actually not any more. After an updrage from Jaunty to karmic, my broadcom BCM is not seen anymore.


I am willing to try additional suggestions and have copied the home drive to an external hard drive. Heads up for a new beginning After long time of consideration, I decided to start up a blog. We had this same issue. bcm7508

Debian Wheezy, Dell PowerEdge and Broadcom NetXtreme II / bnx2 driver

This is the link https: No such device as well as a permision denied error to create socket for “eth0” and ultimately failed to raise network interfaces. Having trouble installing a piece of hardware? Thanks Glyn lspci shows: See full activity log. Main reason for such decision is my lack. Visit the following links: