I know it’s not the best of cards, and doesn’t even have support for MTU, but still it worked pretty well in gigabit mode, through a 3COM gbit switch and using a Marvell skge integrated NIC on the other side. I booted using the same Ubuntu usb drive from a nearly identical laptop that has a ETx PCI-E Ethernet controller and Ubuntu has no problems initializing and connecting to the Internet. Rather than install Ubuntu separately to each PC. It is still announced when using ethtool, and the switch recognizes it is using gigabit, but the speed is limited at mbps. The Gigabyte motherboards technically were not “cheap” though they may not necessarily be tier 1 boards, they shouldn’t be junk Originally Posted by Mark Phelps. Who was the manufacturer of the board?
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I haven’t tested the usb bit installation extensively from either laptop, other than the conflict from one laptop, the 32 bit install seems to work ok.
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Suddenly, without previous warning, around a month and a half ago, the card lost gigabit capabilities. Sun Jul 25, 5: Will not respond to PM requests for support — use the forums. Just to make it clear: Copyright Gentoo Foundation, Inc. I did some preliminary analysis on what the failure mode of the two dead boards are, one appeared to be board design, other I don’t remember I tried compiling a fingerprint gui driver for version Sun Jul 25, 9: I can’t be certain it was the realtek chip that was at fault, or the actual board’s manufacturer.
One of them sometimes does not come up on boot if restarted but I have a feeling it was a software WOL reconfig issue. April 24th, 5.
I’m looking to re-install or re-initialized the driver for the ETx adapter. The Gigabyte motherboards technically were not “cheap” though they may not necessarily be tier 1 boards, they shouldn’t be junk I’m trying to create an Ubuntu installation that will work from both my desktop PCs and laptops.
I booted using the same Ubuntu usb drive from a nearly identical laptop that has a ETx PCI-E Ethernet controller and Ubuntu has no problems initializing and connecting to the Internet. The onboard ones I have were on Gigabyte boards, typically S’s.
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All times are GMT. It is still announced when using ethtool, and the switch recognizes it is using gigabit, but agede speed is limited at mbps. Ubuntu Forums Code of Conduct. Just found another motherboard with an rtl, it’s an MSI, and it’s also still working after considerable use The hardwired networking is not displayed under Network settings. Sun Jul 25, 6: A usb stick installation failed after each attempt from one of the laptops, neither of which have a DVD drive.
Sun Jul 25, 3: I have a feeling it’s the board over the chip in my situation. View unanswered posts View posts from last 24 hours.
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Agere Systems etx pci-e gigabit – Ubuntu The two onboard ones are OK. The third one is still working. Seems it’s like a agre shoot, never know what you’ll get. Has anybody experienced this behaviour? Also people claim that ‘s use more CPU cycles than other ethernet cards The time now is Mad Merlin Veteran Joined: