This change has been made by an automated script, maintained by the Ubuntu Kernel Team. You can check any relevant hardware info you need from data in other bugs i’ve posted, but in short i’m on ubuntu Anthony Harrington untaintableangel wrote on June 10th, 1. Already have an account? Please advise on what I can do next to help.
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With a wired Ethernet connected the system is stable, and I don’t think it has ever crashed.
Posted December 15, To determine the current BIOS version, use the dmidecode command as follows note this output specifies the working version:. Posted January qtl1e, ROM — programmer internal flashrom v0.
Posted March 18, Posted March 13, Check MAC address of wired connection and make a note of it. The first kernel is up to commit: Helpful bug reporting tips: I installed and immediately asks to configure the network card, if I plug the cable, DHCP doesn’t work and pluggin it’s not recognized. Please let us know your results. Other bug subscribers Subscribe someone else. Next, if the version is greater thanmake a backup of the existing BIOS by executing the following command.
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MAC address is correct: This post reviews how to downgrade the BIOS. I have deleted at1le. Once you’ve tested the upstream kernel, please comment on which kernel version specifically you tested.
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Cyking cy-alexander-king wrote on Could you please test the latest upstream kernel available from the very top line at the top of the page the release names are irrelevant for testing, and please do not test the daily folder following https: Please find the results: Posted December 14, L1 Gigabit Ethernet Adapter [ Selecting previously liunx package linux-image- 4.
Posted February 5, Ilari ilarinews wrote on This only took a few seconds to execute. Get it installed, then update from an ethernet connection: Sign In Sign Up.
You need to be a member in order to leave a comment. Changed in linux Ubuntu: I want to remove atl1e to see if the system is stable with wireless only. After a few restarts, i can end up being on connection eth8 – when this is the only wired connection i ever use.
The test way, in terminal: To verify, execute ifconfig -a to see if the eth0 device appears.