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    Re: Intrepid tester WARNING: Corruption of Intel e1000e Gigabit Cards

    Ah, that's what it is. I did a search for the black list and found:
    /etc/modprobe.d/blacklist-e1000e

    Thank you sir.

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    Re: Intrepid tester WARNING: Corruption of Intel e1000e Gigabit Cards

    How can i check if my loss of wired connections is due to the bug or the blacklist?

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    Thumbs down Re: Intrepid tester WARNING: Corruption of Intel e1000e Gigabit Cards

    That would be a problem, If you un blacklist the E1000 module you run the risk if corrupting the NVRAM it! I would use a old *buntu live cd (pre alpha 6) & boot to see if your network fires up (mine did) that way you know that your hardware is ok!


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    Last edited by caryb; September 27th, 2008 at 11:00 PM. Reason: Changed term from bricking to corrupting :-)
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    Re: Intrepid tester WARNING: Corruption of Intel e1000e Gigabit Cards

    Ignore, late post.
    Yarly!

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    Re: Intrepid tester WARNING: Corruption of Intel e1000e Gigabit Cards

    <redundant>

    I would advise people interested in this problem or helping the developers out to keep an eye on the Linux Kernel mailing lists found here since that is where most of the action occurs. Granted that the lists are huge, however it is a gold mine for information related to the Linux kernel.
    Last edited by PmDematagoda; September 26th, 2008 at 12:19 PM. Reason: Removed redundant information.
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    Re: Intrepid tester WARNING: Corruption of Intel e1000e Gigabit Cards

    PmDematagoda - this is where my information is coming from, which I am distributing on various areas where I can (mainly here and Ars Technica, however my handle has appeared a couple of times in the Ubuntu Launchpad.

    Edit: A summary of the issue currently appears at http://lkml.org/lkml/2008/9/25/510
    Last edited by Scruffynerf; September 26th, 2008 at 11:59 AM.
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    Re: Intrepid tester WARNING: Corruption of Intel e1000e Gigabit Cards

    Just to add a data point:

    I'm running Kubuntu II, fully updated, and my e1000e module got blacklisted in yesterday's update. I'm about to unblacklist it, as there's been no sign of trouble while running the ~.27 kernels for the past few weeks.

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    Re: Intrepid tester WARNING: Corruption of Intel e1000e Gigabit Cards

    Quote Originally Posted by Scruffynerf View Post
    PmDematagoda - this is where my information is coming from, which I am distributing on various areas where I can (mainly here and Ars Technica, however my handle has appeared a couple of times in the Ubuntu Launchpad.
    Whoops, redundant data. Sorry about that.
    Think carefully before executing commands containing "rm", especially "sudo rm -rf ", if you require more information concerning this matter, read this.
    I am an experimenter, give me the most stable OS and I can make it unstable in a few hours.

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    Re: Intrepid tester WARNING: Corruption of Intel e1000e Gigabit Cards

    Quote Originally Posted by PmDematagoda View Post
    Whoops, redundant data. Sorry about that.
    No worries - it's good to know that there are a few people watching this now. I'm not a dev (don't even know how to code past SQL) and have no real input everywhere, I've just taken it upon myself to distribute info.
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    Re: Intrepid tester WARNING: Corruption of Intel e1000e Gigabit Cards

    I have a box with this bug that is currently crippled.

    Does anyone have have a link to the 2.6.26-5 kernel, , image, headers, restricted-modules. I cannot find them in archive.ubuntu.com and I forgot to back up the packages. (Must remember to take periodic snapshots of /var/apt/cach/archives!)

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