Hopefully the L2 driver will make it into the kernel soon. Per a decision made by the Ubuntu Kernel Team, bugs will longer be assigned to the ubuntu-kernel-team in Launchpad as part of the bug triage process. Last edited by J. I think this can be considered fixed. Kyle McMartin kyle wrote on Please guide me in a right way
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I can’t seem to find a way to delete the attachment. Kyle McMartin kyle wrote on Originally Posted by GrapefruiTgirl.
Fragmented packets can occur, for example, if your MTU size is set too large. I can confirm the driver as originally supplied by Attb2 works fine without modification for 2. You should avoid these drivers and patches if you can.
Kernel team bugs It’s offered here merely as a courtesy to make your life easier. There is a bug in the driver that causes memory corruption during the shutdown of the interface if and only if you have 4GB or more RAM in your system and your system utilizes all that memory. Released in latest feisty kernel update.
A fix was added to 2. Amir Eldor amireldor wrote on It’s my nature, plus Linuz detest spending money, especially on something I already have one of.
[SOLVED] Driver Attansic technology L1 Gigabit Ethernet – CentOS
Find More Posts by dv This book contains many real life examples derived from the author’s experience as a Linux system and network administrator, trainer and consultant. Sou’s motherboard contains an Attansic L2 ethernet chip, not an L1. Whatever icon you see!
You are not directly subscribed to this bug’s notifications. The L2 is not supported in the mainline kernel; it’ll have to be built as an out-of-tree module.
Now I can remeber there were one step during installation which wanted some sort of weird network address something like this: You are currently viewing LQ as a guest.
It’s your prerogative, but personally, I’d try installing the driver module. There is also another card found on Asus F5R laptop called Attansic L2 0x and the artansic is there:. After going through various available distribution, finally I decided to go with UBUNTU as many reviews told that it is bit easier for a newcomer to get accustomed to.
Linux Kernel Driver DataBase: CONFIG_ATL1: Atheros/Attansic L1 Gigabit Ethernet support
The atl1 driver was released as part of kernel version 2. Michael Stonier michael-stonier wrote on Phillip Lougher phillip-lougher on Then I was advised to move that file into the following directory: My Hardware specs are: Attansi currently only seems to have the Attansic L1 driver so I have opened a task for this bug report for the kernel for Gutsy and assigned the bug to the kernel team.
This works with feisty 2. I thought why not give it a try It’s fixed in 1. Ben Collins ben-collins wrote on I downloaded the distro from the Ubuntu site itself the file name was: I’ve tested it on Asus F5R notebook. Having a problem logging in?