Would love to put this card back to work. I have ordered two more NICS to try in case this one just doesn’t work. I installed Ubuntu 8. I am using 8. Thank you again for taking the time to report this bug and helping to make Ubuntu better. Maybe using Intel’s drivers? When I login I am able to manually insmod the e module and bring it up.
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For more information on configuring this device, see ifconfig 8. I’m not sure how else to troubleshoot this myself — unless I find something more on the internet to guide me, I am be stuck!
Downloads for Intel® 82541 Gigabit Ethernet Controller
You need to log in to change this bug’s status. The Intel network card problem is definitively a bit issue. Weirdest computer I ever worked on.
Will dig some more into that.
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The time now is I’m no C expert but can I do anything to help fix it? On bootup I noticed that it will not initialize this NIC but I am able to manually insert the e module and bring it up.
I have the same gigahit in 9. Line speed is stuck at mbit on Hardy.
Tim Conrad tim-timconrad wrote on Thank you for your help. Linkx tags Tag help. I assume this is the same Bart subscribed to this bug; perhaps he will have more input on Intrepid? I haven’t tried to upgrade this server to 8.
Downloads for Intel® 82541PI Gigabit Ethernet Controller
Comment on this change optional. The em driver supports the following media options: I installed Ubuntu 8. But I can’t get eth0 to come back up and ethtool reports speed as “unknown” Ubuntu reports Mb but my Ethernet switch indicates 10Mb on the port. Your ifcfg file appears a bit odd – are you sure that the gateway is the same IP address as the interface?
I am using Intel gigabit desktop pro network card with Ubuntu 8. If there is anything I can try in terms of “in place” testing on the LTS version I have installedI would be happy to give it a try immediately. Changed in linux Ubuntu: Oh well, my dumb quota for the day may already be filled. Recently, my Netgear GS network switch kicked it flashing green lights of death — I browsed around on the net and found a fix: Sorry for not checking that first, but the symptoms were just like the ones in this bug report and the driver README was too comfortable to follow.
I tried some of the modprobe settings suggested by intel, and none of them produced working results When I reboot it’s gone again. October 8th, 4.
The problem even persists if I install the latest driver eyhernet from http: The reason for the new network card is that the on-board NIC is dead. I’ll also post this bug there and hopefully that user will subscribe here. September 16th, 5.