I can also confirm the fix. Comment 36 Jarod Wilson I realize there are many kernel changes between those two versions, but can there be that many changes to the alx driver? I’d have to go poke around for exact steps, but loosely Upon booting up with the 4.
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This mimics the behaviour of Windows. He will be sending me a new one. So these devices will just work out of the box.
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Note You need to log in before you can comment on or make changes to this bug. All Takashi did is create a one-off side repo with a separate ALX module that contains the 3 patches from pru in the kernel.
Registered protocol family 1 Dec 18 At least it does for ateros The madwifi developers may have fixed this see http: Probing PCI hardware bus 00 Dec 18 Irene Grammatika irenegr92 wrote on Comment 41 Jarod Wilson Getting cpuindex for acpiid 0x1 Dec 18 This scenario repeats about every 25 minutes.
As John said, this severe regression has already been reported to the upstream maintainers, but there has been no response. Comment 2 Ldap Tester Email me about changes to this bug report. HCI device and connection manager initialized Dec 18 According to the Madwifi bug report for this issue is has been fixed in changset Comment 29 Athegos Wilson Matthew says it won’t work.
Hi, seems to work for me with the newest restricted package! Yes, that’s what I mean by “works”.
– alx driver doesn’t work with kernel >=
Comment 23 Ldap Tester Comment 16 Ldap Tester So when a newer version of the package comes along and hopefullt fixes this issue it will overwrite the files you install. Soren Hansen soren wrote on I’m not quite sure yet what athefos make of those results If I boot back into the 4.
It did not solve my problem. Compile Newer Driver See notes sections below to add comments and corrections about compiling 4.
And me too on Dell Latitude C Comment 5 Laura Abbott John, can you or anyone else test this patch? To post a comment you must log athsros. You will just have to make sure you have correct headers and gcc compiler for the kernel you’re using. I realize there are many kernel changes between those two versions, but can there be that many changes to the alx driver?