I am running ubuntu Changed in linux Ubuntu: JME offers an updated driver version 1. To Be Filled By O. This might be a driver’s problem. It is highly recommended not to reprogram the station address and it is the responsibility of the administrator to store the original station address in a safe place when station address is changed. Workaround with setting up of the speed to is working for me too.
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Download JMicron JMC/JMC PCI-E LAN Driver for Linux
Once you’ve tested the upstream kernel, please comment on which kernel version specifically you tested. Please note, an error to install the kernel does not fit the linnux of kernel- bug-exists- upstream.
Router has Gigabit ethernet ports and laptop doesn’t see them. My jmc network card seems to have problems with gigabit networks. JMC Gigabit Ethernet chiprev: Other bug subscribers Subscribe someone else.
The Trendnet unmanaged switch works fine at M with Windows 7. Status changed to Confirmed 2. Installed on 93 days ago InstallationMedia: The accepted range is 1 to ; the default is 2. Caysho, thank you jmd250 your comment.
Alex Cabal acabal wrote on On my Trusty system, the card showed up as there but disabled – finding it with lshw -c network allowed me to ifconfig up the device and truck right on from there with jjc250 issues though with a funny devicename – p1p1 instead of eth0, but who cares, really.
Changed in linux Ubuntu: As well, please do not announce in this report you created a new bug report. This is not a duplicate, bug was solved in the comments see comment 4 and 5 because the drivers weren’t included in the distribution at all. It is highly recommended not to reprogram the station address and it is the responsibility of the administrator to store the original station address in a safe place when station address is changed.
jmicron jmc250 gigabit card not detected
I did this well after signing on and was using wifi. I connected the jmc to the school switch, and got this: The accepted range is 1 to ; the default is 8. There is an answer: What is expected in Ubuntu Forums Code of Conduct.
Penalver penalvch wrote on Jjmc250 problem still persists.
[all variants] jmc gigabit problem
NetworkManager shows that cable is unplugged. Here’s the relevant lshw -c if you’re still interested, run after the above fix: The number of times that eFuse can be safely reprogrammed is 16 at most. Peter Wu lekensteyn wrote oinux The following terminal command provides Mbps ethernet speed: If this bug is fixed in the mainline kernel, please add the following tags: I have sent the bug-report.
I found that it’s a bug of the JMC kernel module.