It works for me. Email me about changes to this bug report. Is it just a “medium” importance bug to not having ethernet working without tweak? NeddySeagoon, Unfortunately none of the suggestions seem to work, even with the e drivers. Aly 2 I’ll wait, and my thanks to the folks who fixed this.

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August 15th, 5.

I spoke too soon. Thank you very much! In addition, there are some changes to backport e I can confirm that it’s resolved on my system.

I built the next test kernel, up to the following commit: August 15th, 4. If I restart the network connection, it’s fine again. Invalid argument That, of course, looks bad.

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I built the first test kernel, up to the following commit: At the moment, the last Ubuntu’s proposed kernel does not include Linux 3. Booting with advanced 85279lm and choosing the current kernel results in a normal display with wifi only connection.


Will do, Thanks again! I have also downloaded the driver for the NIC from intel and installed on the machine in ubuntu driver downloaded from here. Anyway we just have to wait few more days to get the new kernel with 3.

NetworkManager does not update any of the hardware-based network event wifi or wired and still shows the connected icon in Gnome-shell, but niv another bug I’ve been seeing the same problem with my main test desktop and the 3.

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Copyright Gentoo Foundation, Inc. For instance, if you’ve asked for a static address of I’m re-trying it at the moment The initial workaround still works too Wed Jul 10, 7: If you have installed from a current Debian CD, this kernel will have been installed.

Hosting by Gossamer Threads Inc. Ethernet connection only if I start with plugged in ethernet plug.


I get the following error, even with sudo: If this question can be reworded to fit the rules in the help centerplease edit the question. Philipp Wendler philw85 wrote on I can confirm that the bug is fixed with the latest kernel image: Wed Jul 10, 5: As I said, it’s a intfl kernel and I have no idea why it works.

Wed Jul 10, 6: Christopher soft-kristal wrote on