I was forgetting about the linux-image-extra package. After building this, I was able to use the network dongle just fine ie. The good news is that I have identified the commit that breaks my system. So this bug is much more recent than I originally anticipated. No upgrade log present probably fresh install UserGroups: It wants to upload nearly K, quite a bit more than the other command gave. I think this means I’ll be able to download git:
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I’m happy to try more things to collect information if that will help.
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I guess this thread will be used to get the patch into mainline Indeed, the post-Saucy versions that were succeeding were only doing so because the image-extra package was missing. This machine has been happily running Ubuntu for a looong time though it was only recently upgraded to Ubuntu BB code is On. Y-rcZ Where X, and Y are the first two numbers of the kernel version, and Z is the release candidate number if it exists. So this bug is much more recent than I originally anticipated.
The last one does have an image-extra. Are you new to LinuxQuestions. If the latest kernel did not allow you to test to the issue ex.
I suppose this is the fix that should be committed. I’m including the kernel log which has some bad stuff happening in it. If you’d like to contribute content, let us know. Other bug subscribers Subscribe someone else.
Linux Kernel Driver DataBase: CONFIG_ADM ADMtek ADM support
I think this means I’ll be able to download git: The top entry at the URL was this: I downloaded the Ubuntu 4. Strangely, the USB dongle worked without that package but clearly there’s an interaction with something else that needs a module from that package. This will allow for a more expedited analysis of the root cause of your issue. It has lynx linuz links or something but Ubuntu’s website does not work with that browser.
I brought the interface up with a static IP and the system remained up for well over 5 minutes before it died. But I’m running I have set w3m as the text-mode browser it was already installed and run apport-collect.
It feels like a bug in the driver that linuux memory because I see issues with network-related things eg. I downloaded a pre-git Linux history repo from the internet archive and traced the bad code to commit ef1bba7ed87a 9eea17 06e9f Welcome to the most active Linux Forum on the web. This machine is a server. Comment on this change optional. I’m going to first verify that when I build both admtke these tags I get the same behaviour as I do with the binary builds.
I had to jump through some hoops to update the BIOS since the updater was a Windows binary and this machine does not have Windows on it. I have attached netconsole5.
Once you’ve tested the upstream kernel, please comment on which kernel version specifically you qdmtek. The symptoms also match what I saw on my machine at work.
CONFIG_ADM8211: ADMtek ADM8211 support
If anyone has any ideas as to what I can do they would be greatly appreciated. Routing, network cards, OSI, etc.
I tried the crash kernel but it didn’t seem to work.