Will this work on both 32 and 64 bit ubuntu? Hope I said all the correctly. Thursday, June 27, 2: Friday, July 26, 6: Here’s what I’ve tried so far I really have no idea what else to try at this stage.
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Here’s what I’ve tried so far I am considering building a custom kernel to see if I can resolve the issue. I even pulled the boot. The imaging issues I had with this nic are now resolved.
Friday, July 26, 6: You can also try older kernels, and kitchensink kernels which have support for a wide array of devices.
Downloads for Intel® 82579LM Gigabit Ethernet PHY
I am experiencing the very same thing on some Optiplex units with MDT I am thinking it would be easier, if this works, to apply the kernel to all machines. I did also try the x86 drivers in case there was an issue. Are you having problems registering the host or imaging it? I built the bzImage file on a bit Ubuntu Chad, Yes, I tried newest Kernel and then rolled back to 2.
It starts out speedy, but over time the speed just continues to slow to a crawl. Hey Chad, I am having the same issue with Dell machine.
Support for the Intel® Gigabit Ethernet Controller
Please do post your progress on this issue as you go. Dell has Intel LM network card. I’ve added a package within the WDS environment and added it to both the boot and capture image I want to use. Resources for IT Professionals.
Imaging these systems stinks. Both new kernel and old worked great for Dell machine but Dell could not registered the host. Reply Quote 0 1 Reply Last reply. We use Dell almost exclusively, and I’ve treid the Windows 7 image on various different models. Only users with topic management privileges can see it.
Thanks… is this kernel 3.
Hope I said all the correctly. I presume that would do the same as the Step 3 you are referring to?
Are you interested in trying the 3. Will this work on both 32 and 64 bit ubuntu?