Here is some relevant I hope output: Damon Timm damontimm wrote on It took me quite a while to prove that by replacing the switch with a known good one. I’ve even downloaded and installed the latest Linux drivers from Intel but still no resolution. Another strange thing is sometimes when I reboot, eth1 will come up and other times it does not. I installed Ubuntu 8.
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Thank you again for taking the time to report this bug and helping to make Ubuntu better. 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.
Intel Corporation 82541PI Gigabit Ethernet Controller, Detected Tx Unit Hang
All sthernet requirements listed apply to use with FreeBSD. Same problem here with Ubuntu I also don’t have an easy way to stick this card in another machine all my other computers are Macs.
Thomas Antepoth ta-ubuntu-antepoth wrote on If mediaopt is not specified, the driver defaults to half-duplex. Please let me know if you need more information. Changed in linux Ubuntu: I didn’t realize my motherboard had 2 LAN interfaces on it. Here is some relevant I hope output: As the problem was completely unrelated to the driver, chances are this also works with the stock driver supplied by Ubuntu.
Downloads for Intel® 82541 Gigabit Ethernet Controller
I have gigabit speeds again with this card! When I compare the ethtool output from the two, I see that: You don’t happen to have another network controller of the same kind in your machine, do you? I don’t know enough about it to understand contrloler this means – I was just flipping all switches until things started to work. Intel Pro card not working Coorporation seem to be having trouble with my Pro card.
I did a system check which detected the chipset of the Probut failed the Internet connection test.
[SOLVED] Intel PI Gigabit Ethernet Controller Problem, CentOS x86_64 – CentOS
That was causing the issue with pings not working when eth1 was up. JasperE jasper-e wrote on The card was detected by the system, but when the Network detected keeps disconnecting, connecting.
Let me know if you need more info from my system. I suspect maybe one of the capacitors went first around the same time I upgraded This one is really stumping me. PCI interrupt for device The green dots keep going in circle. Only full-duplex mode is supported at this speed.
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Detected Tx Unit Hang. Sorry for the confusion Using ethtool the tune adapter connection speed Compiling e drivers version 8. I am using Intel gigabit desktop pro network card with Ubuntu 8.
It didn’t on the Linksys SD You can enable it on an em interface using ifconfig 8. The Intel network card problem is definitively a bit issue.