Unknown device rev b. Attansic gigabit ethernet Hi Got a new lap top and put suse I booted a Kubuntu You might want to google for “Attansic atl kernel” and see what information you can find. For several months I have been connecting to my eth0 port via a short piece of cat5 cable, since my router is only two feet from my computer. In the long run, I would appreciate being able to update the kernel if security holes are fixed. Post Your Answer Discard By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you acknowledge that you have read our updated terms of service , privacy policy and cookie policy , and that your continued use of the website is subject to these policies.

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CONFIG_ETHERNET: Ethernet driver support

That leads me to the conclusion that there is nothing wrong with the wireless router. Unknown device rev b0 I did a bit of research and it seems Attansic where bought by Atheros. Hi Guys Thank you, thank you so much!!!

Email Required, but never shown. Originally Posted by reed9. I am guessing the Attansic network drivers are not included in gutsy or hardy.


Originally Posted by glistwan. April 27th, 2. So, I am suspecting that it is a network component in this Acer Aspire VG that is common to both the eth0 and the wlan0 circuitry.

I have downloaded drivers. Apr 19th As usual, the system logs shows no evidence of the problem. One site I found suggested that the problem was that the wireless signal strength was too great.

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And during installation have choosed kernel development and base development. The eth0 device did not appear.

[SOLVED] Help with LAN – eth0

Thanks for your help, though. Receive copy threshold int parm: All times are Attansi Results 1 to 10 of Most recent atheros wireless devices use the “ath9k” kernel driver, and don’t need firmware install.

Can anyone help, i will pay!!! Anyway, I’m going to give up trying to fix it. Ubuntu lists the card as Attansic and Windows Vista lists it as Attansic.

The time now is Then you posted your msg. I decided to follow reed9’s advice on upgrading my kernel from 2. My past experience with Ethernet connections are that they are rock solid stable.


Another thing you can do is use one of the development builds of the Arch iso to install, which should have the latest kernel. I have to power cycle the thing. Probably your best bet it to get the wireless card going and then upgrade the system.

Linux Kernel Driver DataBase: CONFIG_ETHERNET: Ethernet driver support

I was running 3. After seeing the “intrusion” attempt msgs on the router log I decided to install Snort and watch. You might want to google for “Attansic atl kernel” and see what information you can find. I tried to boot the older version, but the older kernel A possible bug when reconnecting to wireless network.