Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del. USB4 S3 enabled pci: I share your pain. Ubuntu Forums Code of Conduct. If you would still like to see this bug fixed and are able to reproduce it against a later version of Fedora please change the ‘version’ of this bug to the applicable version.
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Marvell Yukon 88E8057 Ethernet Controller
PEX0 S5 enabled pci: Ubuntu Forums Code of Conduct. Can anyone guide me through that?
August 15th, 4. No such device No data available. The time now is August 14th, 3.
Essentials Only Full Version. Change is Good, and undocumented change even better, It’s what adds spice to life. Description Federico Simoncelli USB1 S3 enabled pci: HUB0 S5 enabled pci: Result is the same. Windows works perfectly fine with the LAN and ethernet.
Comment 5 Bug Zapper Marvell Yukon 88E Ethernet under Fedora X, mine is 3. Not a solution to your problem; but eth0 is probably not the interface name on your machine; to get the actual name look at the output of dmesg grep ethfor example I see:. Join Date Jul Beans 8.
Ubuntu Manpage: msk — Marvell/SysKonnect Yukon II Gigabit Ethernet adapter driver
Strange that you guys have problems with that NIC. I have this problem since ages both in Ubuntu and now in Fedora 20, my ethernet card does not even detect when I connect the LAN cable.
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Thank you for reporting this bug and we are sorry it could not be fixed. My system is up and running no oc just stock bios settings.
[ubuntu] Marvell Yukon Ethernet Controller in Ubuntu
I also read somewhere that this issue might be related to acpi and it should be solved using acpitool -W. Check out the FAQ! The installation script can be used karvell Linux kernel versions 2. PEX3 S5 enabled 6.
Cannot get device settings: PEX5 S5 enabled 8. USB0 S3 enabled pci: Not a solution to your problem; but eth0 is probably not the interface name on your machine; to get the actual name look at the output of dmesg grep ethfor example I see: New chipsets are always fun, aren’t they?