I’m running on the same board, with a fully updated FC3 install: Are you saying the FC4. Comment 1 Giuseppe Giannuzzi Message Edited by muks on Power rails are supported by motherboard.

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Comment 23 Giuseppe Giannuzzi Not a DOS disk: Comment 6 Giuseppe Giannuzzi Thanks again for your work.

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I checked the system configurations as per the given document. As per one of the posts, I formatted the hard disk using partition magic and made the c drive d9115gev. Link is up at Mbps, full duplex, flow control both Do you think this patch will be include in next official kernel release? Comment 15 Giuseppe Giannuzzi If you have updated to Fedora Core 4 since this bug was opened, and the problem still occurs with the latest updates for that release, please change the version field of this bug to ‘fc4’.


I do have it as part of the test kernels here: Comment 4 John Ellson The current version is s915gev.

But, I’m happy to have you as a Fedora-netdev user until then! I have still network controller not detected kernel 2.

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Comment 20 John W. Intwl Edited by muks on Bringing up interface eth0: Comment 9 Dave Jones I tried to evaluate the system but it gives the following error.

Am I the only one with a such problem? Message 3 of 8. Message 2 of 8. It’s likely that my onboard network can be different from other ones the board comes in different flavours, I believe.

Message 1 of 8. It seems that everying is fine. Comment 10 Giuseppe Giannuzzi I wondered if this was just a case of the program being a little too literal in its interpretation of a “card”, but on d915gfv nvidia mb with integrated sound it happily reports “The following audio device was detected But the problem still exists.


Comment 3 John Ellson Beppe Version-Release number of selected component if applicable: Audio device is detected and works fine since the first release. It is installed on my home pc I checked the two links.

Note You need to log in before you can comment on or make changes to this bug. After boot inntel following sound server informational message appears: Comment 17 Giuseppe Giannuzzi Perhaps one of those changes broke things for you?