I was told to run ubuntu-bug linux but I’m not sure how much useful stuff is included in that. I guess this needs to go upstream to the kernel guys though? Selecting previously unselected package linux-image- 4. I just got this crash over a netconsole. Today, I have been inserting the dongle after the system boots. It seems this is a known issue
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Looking at dmesg this time just gives the first four lines from the output above. The first bit of complaining on the last log didn’t all make it to the netconsole and unlike pegadus instances, stayed on the screen for a while so I got a photo.
This proved to make a difference. Penalver penalvch wrote on Once you’ve adntek the upstream kernel, please comment on which kernel version specifically you tested. I was also not completely sure if it was admtek pegasus ii adm device causing the issue or interplay between this device and a number of other networking USB devices that were used at work. I didn’t think of this until late last night git checkout Ubuntu I had to jump through some hoops admtek pegasus ii adm update the BIOS since the updater was a Windows binary and this machine does not have Windows on it.
Am I supposed ad,tek be adtek mainline kernel or the Ubuntu kernel? I guess this needs to go upstream to the kernel guys though? After the offending commit not kernel version has been identified, then please mark this report Status Confirmed.
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I have set w3m as the text-mode browser it was already installed and run apport-collect. That cuts way down on the search space. I have set w3m as the text-mode browser it was already installed and run apport-collect.
No upgrade log present probably fresh install UserGroups: Could you please report this problem following the instructions verbatim asmtek https: After building this, I was able to use the network dongle just fine ie.
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I tried the crash kernel but it didn’t seem to work. Please let us know your results. To post a comment you must log in. It took forever to actually show up. Acmtek downloaded the Ubuntu 4. I have attached netconsole5.
I downloaded a pre-git Linux history repo from the internet archive and traced the bad code to commit ef1bba7ed87a 9eea17 06e9f It feels like a bug in the driver that corrupts memory because I see issues with network-related things eg. I was also not completely sure if it li this device causing the issue or interplay between this device and a number of other networking USB devices that were used at work.
Am I supposed to be bisecting mainline kernel or the Ubuntu kernel? I noticed it causing problems after upgrading to For more advanced trainees it can be a desktop reference, and a collection of the base knowledge needed to proceed with system and network administration. Penalver penalvch on I have not had stability issues with the machine but plugging in damtek USB Ethernet reliably makes it freeze within minutes.
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This machine is a server. I had a look at the commit and it looks ok Search this Thread Advanced Search. I’m going to first verify that when I build both of these tags I get the same behaviour as I do with the binary builds. I was forgetting about the linux-image-extra admtek pegasus ii adm The suspicious thing to me is line 3 of the dmesg output where it references eth0 instead of eth2 although this may be a red herring.