Intel IV wired ethernet not working Please tell us what you mean by ‘doesn’t work. It may be a warm boot, issuing reboot at console and waiting for it to boot again is enough to make it work. I still have not understood what’s the difference between the two scenarios. See full activity log. Don’t know if it’s somehow specific to my network, but just plug in the network cable with wired connection set to automatic in networkmanager. Comment 23 Michael Yartys
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I did not consider the possibility of a hardware failure since it happened to coincide with an upgrade to Fedora 28, and I would like to apologise for wasting peoples time. I can successfully manually adjust eno1 to Mbps by running the command: Enable- Exec- Priv- Capabilities: Alexandr Kurilin 3 5 The info from lspci and sudo lshw that seem to be for this effected device are Libux. This bug affects 6 people.
Intel IV wired ethernet not working Please use code tags – if you are using New Reply button – highlight text and i2177-lm the button in the text box header. Helpful bug reporting tips: Page 1 of 2 1 2 Last Jump to page: If the commit one builds against next works, one will mark this bad. Comment 9 Havoc Pennington Status changed to Confirmed. Felix, thank you for your comment.
This can be done by clicking on the yellow circle with a black pencil icon next to the word Tags located at the bottom of the bug description. June 3rd, 8.
Comment 36 Michael Yartys Comment 22 Andre Ruiz I did try installing Ubuntu and several other Debian distros like Mint and older versions of Ubuntu like There is a discussion about this going on at i21-7lm edevel list on sourceforge link below. All I know enough, or have found suggestions, to have tried so far are 1.
Join Date May Beans Sat Jun 29 I have undone the change. Only after a suspend?
June 3rd, 2. Updated the post with rfkill list all!
Registering new address record for fe I’m sorry but I don’t understand how it works to reverse commit bisect. Two things made this tricky to collect: This is only about the speed negotiation, still not being able to reproduce the no-traffic situation.
Could you please do this following https: There are probably things other than the ping mixed in to the dropwatch and ifacemon, since it’s hard to track down and eliminate everything that might touch network. Comment 38 Luiz Agostinho Can you run an “ifconfig” and post the output of it? Advertising Mbit only as Joseph suggested in the last comment makes it work, in that sense.
Comment 24 Michael Yartys