The bug has been solved and is in the process of being incorporated into kernel 2. Join our community today! Please visit this page to clear all LQ-related cookies. Ethernet Card detected in one kernel is not detected in the other?? I can confirm the driver as originally supplied by Attb2 works fine without modification for 2. The app is currently available in English and it was last updated on
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This happens because of an L1 hardware design issue that is exposed by the atl1 driver.
Brian Murray brian-murray wrote on Other bug subscribers Subscribe someone else. The L2 is not supported in the mainline kernel; it’ll have to be built as an out-of-tree module. Find More Posts by jkirchner.
It was written by Attansic.
A fix was added to the 2. If my Linux box also has its MTU size set tothen inbound and outbound packets will be fragmented at the DSL router so it can add or remove its 8 bits.
This does happen sometimes with hardware in which the manufacturers do not support Linux as well as others do.
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CONFIG_ATL1: Atheros/Attansic L1 Gigabit Ethernet support
And what I want to know is: Find More Posts by sou. You need to log in to change this bug’s status. Kyle McMartin kyle wrote on I can’t survive without internet, please some one help me with step by step guide.
Maybe this thread on the Ubuntu forums could help you: Now, I don’t know which motherboard makers they refer to, but it’d maybe be worth checking your driver CD again. The ubuntu-kernel-team is being unassigned from this bug report. You are currently viewing LQ as a guest.
Attansic L1 Ethernet driver for Mandriva Spring. If so, how’s it going?
[ubuntu] [SOLVED] atheros x / attansic L2
Find More Posts by GrapefruiTgirl. It’s offered here merely as a courtesy to make your life easier. Don’t fret Also, look into Ubuntu’s built-in updating tool Synaptic, I believe, but don’t quote me and search it for the correct driver for your device.
Ubuntu and other popular distros have lots of modules to recognize almost all hardware, and ethernet cards are the most recognize of all hardwares. I appreciate the help. I’m not sure how to add it to the OpenSuSE kernel. Duplicates of this bug Bug Version History Here you can find the changelog of Attansic L1 Gigabit Ethernet driver since it was posted on our website on It’s my nature, plus I detest spending money, especially on something I already have one of.
Please help me regarding this If you encounter this problem, modify your kernel’s boot line and add this kernel parameter: Last edited by jkirchner; at Michael Stonier michael-stonier wrote on Here are some drivers for the L1 that were adapted for inclusion in the mainline kernel.
But I had read that somebody had been allowed to port it to Linux.