Caysho caysho wrote on This is not a duplicate, bug was solved in the comments see comment 4 and 5 because the drivers weren’t included in the distribution at all. To Be Filled By O. I faced with the same problem on Ubuntu This can be done by clicking on the yellow circle with a black pencil icon next to the word Tags located at the bottom of the bug description. I did this well after signing on and was using wifi. Please let us know your results.
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The accepted range is 1 to ; the default is 2. Alex, please sudo lshw -c network and post output.
Also, if the length of the cable is longer than meters, the controller can not establish a baseT link. I did lshw -c network on a new Trusty x64 Server install on texhnology Gazelle Pro p9 laptop, and it showed the JMC as disabled, but with logical name “p1p1”.
To Be Filled By O. The fact that the drivers are totally broken deserves a different bug–they were working for a brief while until Brad Figg brad-figg wrote on This can be done by clicking on the yellow circle with a black pencil icon next to the word Tags located at the bottom of the bug description. Jim, I “solved” the issue by disabling gigabit ethernet on the network card with: Peter Wu, it would help greatly if you filed a new report as outlined in Helpful bug reporting tips: Laptop has the same ethernet controller.
Caysho, thank you for your comment. On my Trusty system, the card showed up as there but disabled – finding it with lshw -c network allowed me to ifconfig up the device and truck right on from there with no issues though with a funny devicename – p1p1 instead of eth0, but who cares, really. I tried your workaround from post 37 of https: The full mask revision number of controller can be checked with the verbose kernel boot option.
Alex Cabal, thank you for reporting this and helping make Ubuntu better. Installed on 2 days ago InstallationMedia: If the mainline kernel does not fix this bug, please add the following tags: I did this well after signing on and was using wifi.
It is highly recommended not to reprogram the station address and it is the responsibility of the administrator to store the original station address in a safe place when station address is changed. The following terminal command provides Mbps ethernet speed: But when Ubuntu starts booting, the light goes off.
Peter Wu lekensteyn wrote on Link is down [ I faced with the same problem on Ubuntu For more on this, please read the official Ubuntu documentation: I also experience a situation on the mainline kernel where no link is detected upon plugging in the cable. Driuchatyi Nikolay druchaty wrote on Jim Hechnology jrssnet wrote on Use the lower nibble of the chip revision number to get the full mask revision of the controller.
Yes, “sudo ethtool -s eth0 speed duplex full” solved the problem.
I can confirm that the JMC driver “jme version 1. All I had to do to mine was ifconfig up p1p1 it was being detected as p1p1, and not aliased to eth0 or ethanythingelse and it was fine, gigabit included.