Always Steps to Reproduce: Below is the output. Tx status ff, threshold Besides i couldn’t see a setting in the config file to include dot1q. Oh, and DON’T do the updates, they break the install! Description Bernd Bartmann
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Indeed needs support for Red Hat ES 4.
10// Gigabit Desktop PCI Adapter (DGET) | D-Link
So it is even in the latest RHES release. Join Date Feb Beans June 1st, 4. I use it each and every time I use Ubunutu. Make sure you don’t remove the old kernel, so that if there’s a problem with the new one, you can still boot your installation. Sign up using Facebook. I’ve read some similar problems in the RedHat list, and at least there, they conclude that the problem is a buggy driver, but those messages are at least 2 years old, so, I hope, the merciful driver mantainer would have fix it since then: You may appeal this decision by reopening this request.
Last edited by Aramsh; at Last edited by Nylex; at The time now is Yes it is a sundance driver: The sundance network driver is missing from the RHEL4 kernel. Always Steps lnux Reproduce: In any case, you need to compile the Sundance module so that you can use that device under Linux. This seems to be a kernel problem.
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Browse Requests Reports Product Dashboard. I don’t really know too much about kernel or module compilation, but I did find this. The following info is probably bogus. Tx status 00, threshold Can you run “lspci -vvv” as root and post the output relating to that device?
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That’s xl10050 bit drastic, to be honest. It kills all processes on network card and restart it.