E1000E INTELR PRO/1000 NETWORK DRIVER
Copyright c – Intel Corporation. From the logs it seems to me you have managed to update the driver from version 2. Sign up using Facebook. Routing, network cards, OSI, etc. Post as a guest Name.
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Post as a guest Name. Building and installation Steps below require elevated privileges. All things listed in this and the other thread did not help. Several adapters with the chipset display “TX unit hang” messages during normal operation with the e driver.
So far without luck! Note that for 2. Red Hat based platforms: Last version is 3. Things start to get wacky.
Evan Carroll 1, 8 26 Please consider upgrading to the latest version of your browser by clicking one of the following links. I have the problem that the ethernet device on the Intel NUC is not found. The BIOS version is the latest version.
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Intel(R) PRO/ (EB) ee driver help, Slackware
From the logs it seems to me you have managed to update the driver from version 2. Normally the driver generates an interrupt every two seconds.
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I’ve updated the driver directly from intel to 3. Guessing from reading through this Ubuntu bug report I e1000d figured as a workaround to significantly reduce the ringbuffer size: Did you find this information useful? RDT Receive desc tail 0xF0 0x Email Required, but never shown. DSL is great at what it does, just difficult to know where to change something. Registration is quick, simple and absolutely free.
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Linux* Base Driver for Intel® Gigabit Ethernet Network Connections
The following features are now available in supported kernels: