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    Re: Linux 3.8-rc1

    quite hard in a laptop to do that.
    And my hardware is Intel's (e1000e driver), not exotic at all.
    I may be wrong, but imho it's clearly a kernel issue.
    I do not know if an Ubuntu bug report is already done ? It is a critical issue.
    Last edited by ft_; January 26th, 2013 at 04:53 PM.

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    Re: Linux 3.8-rc1

    Quote Originally Posted by ft_ View Post
    quite hard in a laptop to do that.
    And my hardware is Intel's (e1000e driver), not exotic at all.
    Mine is an Intel 1000T. It's not exotic either, but...

    That controller is going on 12 years-old, and I *think* the Linux maintainers clear out the cruft, from time-to-time.

    My DEC "Tulip" card is equally non-exotic and old (I see them all the time at Goodwill for $4.99 USD), but...

    There are zillions of DEC chipsets still being used in enterprise servers, et cetera. If they quit supporting "Tulip" chipsets, everything would come crashing down like a house of cards. So, it's a safe bet, "they" aren't going to strip support any time soon.

    If it was me, I'd replace network-manager with WiCD, and see it that gets you back online...
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    Re: Linux 3.8-rc1

    Somebody here wrote a workaround that I quote here.
    So :
    1- do a
    Code:
    lspci
    to note the ethernet controller pci number
    2- go to
    Code:
    /sys/devices/pci0000:00/0000:00:xx.0/power
    where xx is the above number
    3- edit the
    Code:
    control
    file and put
    Code:
    on
    instead of
    Code:
    auto
    This operation needs to be done again back from suspend.
    Is there a bug report about that ?

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