Hello,I have witnessed a strange 'kernel: disabling IRQ #19' problem. Namely, I see the above message, it relates to a network card, yet system remains operational, no side ef... [by temmokan]
on 06/09/2012 – Made popular on 06/09/2012
Here's a stripped copy of my kernel.log (where the TV card initializes and renders the system unusable).Aug 19 03:02:05 localhost kernel: [ 3.158828] Linux video capture interface: v2.00
Aug 19 03:02:05 localhost kernel: [ 3.199174] nvidia: module license 'NVIDIA' taints kernel.
Aug 19 03:02:05 localhost kernel: [ 3.199178] Disabling lock debugging due to kernel taint
I am trying to add a New Network card into Machine which has Linux installed. But my problem is, I cannot reboot the Linux host to detect the new network card, is there any workaround for this?
I know, linux supports adding new disk without reboot by scanning scsi bus.
Any idea, How to scan New network card?
it was installed through wired network card in the laptop kernel 3.14 by commands above but iwlwifi driver was for 3.13+ , because on iwlwifi web site is wrote that the driver for kernel 3.14+ needs a patch.the wireless card is on, network manager sees all SSIDs and connects to them, so the problem is solved.
I was wondering what effects disabling the network-manager would have?
I have two Ethernet interfaces declared as static in my /etc/network/interfaces file. When these two are declared the boot times on the system go from about 30 seconds to more than 3 minutes. I have heard that there could be conflicts between Network-Manager and /etc/network/interfaces. Is this true?
Hello, i have recently just purchased a toshiba laptop with the realtek RTL8188ce WLAN network card and installed fedora 17 on it,i get problems where the network just stops working and then will become unavailable.
I just installed Slackware64 14.1 on a Packard Bell netbook. Everything works fine so far: wired networking, video card, sound, etc. But when I enable rc.networkmanager and restart the PC, I get a kernel panic, apparently due to the athXX kernel module, as far as I understand.