I found a little bit of info here. Maybe I’m not correctly interpreting the reply referring to “a kernel issue like this requires kernel bisection” and “We can’t do much if we don’t have the hardware”. Click or the topic for details: I would be curious what errors yo uwere getting with This script will verify that the adapter is applicable to the fix and if the fix is needed or not.
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I’m getting this on a desktop with Kubuntu The Ethernet interface will drop the Internet connectivity when I’m using either the Firefox or Chrome browser.
Copyright c – Intel Corporation. As a gravedigger, I’d like to dig up this old ass thread to share my solution for Ubuntu.
Intel® Network Adapter Driver for PCIe* Intel® Gigabit Ethernet Network Connections Under Linux*
There’s no Windows dual boot. Seems people use the ee driver anyway as that’s all there is. Ubuntu has a different view it seems prefer networkd for wired interface, NetworkManager for wifi it seemsbut there should be no bugs for those that choose to configure their systems to use NetworkManager.
Linux* Base Driver for Intel® Gigabit Ethernet Network Connections
After I reconnect the connection via re-starting the NetworkManager service all will be fine for up to a day or so, but then I stress test it with a bunch of searches using the browser and usually I can get the Internet connectivity to drop again. Linux ee Intel networking driver problems galore, where do I start? I’d also like to note that I used eth0 every day for years and until recently never had an issue.
I’ve run several experiments over the last few weeks on the performance and stability with both the NetworkManager and networkd services. This bug is missing log files that will aid in diagnosing the problem. CentOS is extremely stable when it comes to basic server functionality.
I don’t have inntel on my PC but multi-boot with other Ubuntu partitions. And, on the Redhat forum. Verify that the interface works. No dual boot system, etc. In the beginning I thought this was a driver issue.
Package Find… Status Importance Confirmed. Copyright c – Intel Corporation. Obviously, there’s others having issues with Ubuntu Server TDH Transmit desc head 0x 0x RDTR Receive delay timer 0x 0x There’s an Arch Linux thread with a good discussion and screenshots of that issue at https: Alternatively, you can use ethtool version 1.
If you require a response, contact support. I have the problem that the ethernet device on the Intel NUC is not found. I simply did this from within Ubuntu for minimal effort. Sign up using E100e.
ubuntu – Linux ee (Intel networking driver) problems galore, where do I start? – Server Fault
Eventually, it would usually crash the system. Channel Bonding documentation can be found in the Linux kernel source: Simas pechius wrote on Sign up using Facebook.
I can’t figure out what would cause this type of behaviour.