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?
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.
PLease take a look end help me if you have the time, my old on-board network card (nvidia mcp73) just stopped working, it recognises, but it says it is detached or not connected or something like that (my ubuntu 13.04 is not English ). My system has the driver (I think), I couldn't find the reason, so I took a new PCI card with realtek 8139c chip-set and everything is the same.
Welcome to the Arch Forums @Dronte. I have been having similar issues with my backlight on my HP G62 lappy (Intel HD along with ATI HD 5470). Basically, if I add acpi_osi=Linux and acpi_backlight=vendor to the kernel line I'm unable to control my backlight like you.So, I'm disabling my discrete graphic with an acpi call and using the Intel one only.