Once this corruption has occurred, recovery may be possible via a BIOS update, but may well require replacement of the hardware. Under Windows 7 Ethernet port works fine: Jeffrey, we can’t afford to do that; we need to be able to test with the Alpha CDs on the wide variety of hardware not affected by this bug, or our development schedules for 8. Switching to clocksource tsc ata2. The ee driver isn’t included in defconfig Note: How many of them are using an intel motherboard?

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To find out, please send output of following command: I’m still not clear if a random write to a memory location could corrupt things, we’ll be looking at that today. For more advanced trainees it can be a desktop reference, and a collection of the base knowledge needed to proceed with system and network administration.

Unknown device 27c0 rev 01 Perhaps with something generic like Code:. The information about this bug in Launchpad is automatically pulled daily from the remote bug. Amit Kucheria amitk on Copyright Gentoo Foundation, Inc. This kernel can partially ruin your hardware, and unsuspecting users shouldn’t be able to merrily download it.


Why do i not feel the warnings are enough?

The problem was with ftrace which is what we bisec’d to last week. So I think the.

CONFIG_E1000E: Intel(R) PRO/1000 PCI-Express Gigabit Ethernet support

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Is there any way to issue a warning to all the testers who are already using or began downloading the ISO? NX Execute Disable protection cannot be enabled: Don’t know if this means anything At this point we don’t know. I should have said, this is the case on my device, apparently it is not the case for all devices, you will need to check if your device is listed in lspci or not.

ee driver does not work after gentoo installation.

I have discovered Intel Ethernet Connections Boot Utilitybut according to the documentation for version 1. Visit the following links: If this is indeed the same situation, this may be all we need to get info out of the card. Just part of the proccess. Unknown device 27d4 rev 01 Attached scsi generic sg0 type 0 sd 1: Now where is that old cisco wireless card The Kernel upgrade complained that I was upgrading over a newer version, I forced it as it was dated October.


Can anyone suggest some text?

I’m not sure yet, but I may be through with Ubuntu, period. Intel Corporation Device rev 05 Kernel modules: However, upon booting up a day after it is back to e11000e dead.

That kernel is also loading ee. Well, i’ll return to the Ethernet problem after i manage to set up the rest dual boot NixOS and Ubuntu.

Still a serious issue, but I don’t want it to be classified as a regression. I’ll try building a kernel using genkernel. Then rebooted, just in case, and the module didn’t get loaded