On USB2 port everything fine. Post as a guest Name. Sure, I bought this one: Okay, let’s do a bisection. I’ve do unplug the adapter and reconnect it again to recover my connection. In Linux Kernel Bug Tracker , peci1 peci1-linux-kernel-bugs wrote on

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Post Your Answer Discard By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you acknowledge that you have read our updated terms of serviceprivacy policy and cookie policyand that your continued use of the website is subject to oinux policies. Rerunning the program shows that the bug is still present in the newest driver. This information would help to clarify if we’ve got one or two different bugs.

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Brad Figg brad-figg wrote on On USB2 port everything fine. Failed to write reg index 0xd: System Product Name dmi.


I get sudden disconnects, especially under high load. For old releases I booted old versions of Ubuntu that I used before upgrading to The error appears when we put the network under load through an intensive MPI program.

Yes, I can confirm this bug with Precise, and with the Trusty kernel installed on Precise so I assume it also happens with Precise. The kernel was installed as soon as I’ve ran update. Failed to write reg index 0xe: AXLinux Mint Created attachment 3.

I think comparing the two versions is a good idea though. Thanks for your interest. This information was last pulled 4 hours ago. Thu Jan asiix New USB device strings: Tamale uictamale wrote on I installed kernel 4. Plugging on USB2 port, exact same situation otherwise, always works well.

ASIX AX – USB to 10/M Fast Ethernet Controller with Embedded PHY

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You need to log in to change this bug’s status. Linux Kernel Bug Tracker github. Just plug the device and an Ethernet cable. He also might have used a different USB 3. Neither using latest kernel available 4. Promiscuous mode is when I used tcpdump.

Unfortunately, since this is an onboard LAN, I don’t have much of an option to swap it out. Ivan In that case, just install linux-image-extra