Now with connman I’m getting the same symptoms as this issue. However, the less quick fix seems to have done the trick. Help answer threads with 0 replies. Moreover, it doubled the speed. This is using Intrepid beta.
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Eitan Bonderover redyaky wrote on I don’t even have compiz installed so I guess it has nothing to to with the b44 driver problem They hope these examples will help you to get a better understanding of the Linux system and that you feel encouraged to try out things on your own. I tried sudo modeprobe b44, but I get the following message: It should be one, long line of text which includes the exact kernel version you’re running, as well as the CPU architecture. All three reports seem to concern the same network controller: Could someone affected give a 2.
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In all cases, I still experience the intermittent connection drops while under heavy network load. I have no problems when I use this oinux.
Linux source code: drivers/net/ethernet/broadcom/bc (v) – Bootlin
You’ll have to wake it up using the space bar or power button or so. Dell Dimension E mythbuntu 9. That is what I understand from reading a few how to’s.
Henry Gomersall hgomersall wrote on Both lights on the nic stay on permanently. It seems to be correlated with accessing servers. First off thanks for all the responses!
The only way to get past the mkfs portion of the install was to force the network to 10Mb at the switch. No errors, just no go. May 28th, 1. Following the instructions and using their script from here: It is refreshing to see such a helpful community!
Withdrawing address record for Broadcom b44 ethernet controller not working after patching wlan driver I have to beg to differ you can have b44 and b43 working at the same time. Please can some other people test this bug fix.
Bug # “Unreliable network connection with B44 driver” : Bugs : linux package : Ubuntu
Copyright Internet Systems Consortium. Dave Espionage daveespionage wrote on I just reset the switch port to 10Mb and the NIC is very slow, but working flawlessly. I am using Fedora Core 1, so no training wheels here.
Oh, and this has absolutely 0 zero to do with Compiz June 20th, 4. I will figure this out!!!
CONFIG_B44: Broadcom 440x/47xx ethernet support
I think the real problem might be elsewhere in the kernel. Maybe it’s just a flag in some kind of configuration register of the NIC-Chip or so, dunno. Disabling CnQ in the bios did nothing. Well here goes nothing