Device rev 01 No need exists to comment here at this time. You could try asking ElRepo – see this post. Thanks for your suggestion, but I can’t submit the error report via ubuntu-bug linux. Open the terminal and type:
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ISO 03ff are available from http: Basic Optical Mouse v2. To make it shorter can you post the output of lspci -nnv egrep “Eth driver”.
Thank you for your understanding. The workaround mentioned in my first post is still neccesary in order to get kernel 3. It doesn’t like the new kernel 3. The boot log provides this bit of information:. The boot log provides this bit of information: For more 10df this, please read the official Ubuntu documentation: Wed May 23 I have this exact same problem with the exact same board with a clean install of The board is a Micro ATX and due to the size of my video card, only one slot is available.
If you booted normally without following either of the above 0e3f and then tried to modprobe, it wouldn’t work.
This enabled both networking and regular ACPI functions. Once you’ve tested the upstream kernel, please remove the ‘needs- upstream- testing’ tag Only that one tag, please leave the other tags.
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As stated elsewhere http: I 10ds my next motherboard will either be a Gigabyte or an Asus. Can someone help please?
This new method doesn’t work with the old kernel, and the old method doesn’t work with the new kernel.
Comment on this change optional. Ubuntu should pop-up a notification saying there’s no network access, and the network icon in the top bar should 03df sit there, instead of spinning and spinning. I have this conflict with Ubuntu However, the results are the same.
But for the onboard interface: Networking and ACPI conflicts. I then downgraded to V 1. My on-board networking doesn’t work, and 10df to restart or shutdown the computer freezes the system.
Thanks Christopher – bug submitted – id https: So your hardware and problem may be tracked, could you please file a new report with Ubuntu by executing the following in a terminal while booted into a Ubuntu repository kernel not a mainline 0ef via: First remove any of the other modifications or workarounds you may have tried from above. The idea would have been to post some fault hunting info, say 03e your lspci command.
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Log in to your account. Chris fabricator4 wrote on This bug affects 9 people. This bug results in two things: