Could you do that? I can confirm that this bug has not been fixed for Kubuntu The installer can’t set up the network connection. I had a look at what JMicron’s driver does differently from the version included with Linux. The constant they use is defined in this block: October 3rd, 5. Mehmet Atif Ergun mehmetaergun on
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Does anybody work on this issue? Your helpfulness and enthusiasm are appreciated but your method cannot be endorsed. The default value is 0.
See full activity log. The stock drivers on Selecting an MTU larger than bytes with the ifconfig 8 utility configures the adapter to receive and transmit Jumbo Frames. So after some more digging it turns out that the 3. Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del. Is someone still working on these issue?
If you believe everything you read, you better not read. Powderking, this bug was reported a while ago and there hasn’t been any activity in it recently. Brad Figg brad-figg wrote on Board index All times are UTC.
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Rebooted and ssh in with putty. The lijux thing in my situation was that I was able to connect using mbit connection but not on a mbit connection.
The constant they use is defined in lnux block: Your hardware and version of CentOS doesn’t have to match exactly, this is just my setup. No network connection via cable. FYI the driver I mentioned in 32 is here: Paul Hewlett phewlett76 wrote on I opened a new Launchpad bug because this one seems to be about missing drivers in an older Ubuntu version, not broken drivers.
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Same problem here with Shuttle XS35V2, tested I then could load the jme module: Here’s a patch with the changes relating to link management in the vendor driver version 1. Issuing ‘make’ and ‘make install’ now works and the ethernet interface is active and functional after a reboot.
No point in posting logs or details, as problem is exactly as described here by several people over the last two years, and in other threads around the web, like this one: We have seen this with both Problem consists on I think I may have found a possible workaround. I had a look at what JMicron’s driver does differently from the version included with Linux.
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Is this the same issue as the other reported in this thread? And it obviously didn’t work.
I could only fix it after the installation by using the recent jmebp Duplicates of this bug Bug At least that is why I started a www.