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I used the vendor version 1. Asus, Linux, Attansic, and Atheros are registered trademarks of the respective companies. Can you test and confirm this is fixed with the latest Karmic Alpha 4 – http: Of course, Nic is supported with this kernel too. Attansic has been acquired by Atheros. Click stars to rate this APP! See this press release for details.

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This is my lspci output: Closing the linux-backports -modules tasks. Manufacturer has another version more recent of this driver: Help answer threads with 0 replies. On Feb 9, the atl1 driver was merged into the mainline kernel with kernel version 2.

[SOLVED] Driver Attansic technology L1 Gigabit Ethernet – CentOS

Last edited by rsamurti; at Asus eeePC HA This book contains many real life examples derived from the author’s experience as a Linux xttansic and network administrator, trainer and consultant. Changed in linux Ubuntu: Marking this Fix Committed.


The atl1 driver was released as part of kernel version 2. When the L1 hardware receives a attansci packet, it sets an error flag in one of its registers, and the driver, upon seeing the error bit, spews the “hw csum wrong” message. Click Here to receive this Complete Guide absolutely free.

View LQ Wiki Contributions. If you encounter this problem, modify your kernel’s boot line and add this kernel parameter: Could you please install and test that the nic is recognized and working after you install the test package Note you’ll need to reboot after you install? But Figabit is not working.

For administrative purposes I’m marking this Fix Released against Karmic and will open a task against linux-backports -modules- 2. First post the output of ‘lspci’.

CONFIG_ATL1: Atheros/Attansic L1 Gigabit Ethernet support

For the standalone drivers below, just gigabir the tarball, cd into the resulting directory, and execute “sudo make install”.

Added ee from sourceforge. I’ve backported the driver to linux-backports -modules- 2.


I used the vendor version 1. Gogabit fix was added to the 2. The Attansic L1 is included as the onboard network device for the following Asus mainboards.

Until now the program was downloaded times. Please test and give feedback here.

This is a vendor version of the L1 driver. Of course, Nic is supported with this kernel too.

I’ve resubmitted the SRU request to the kernel-team mailing list: To learn more about Intel Ethernet visit http: If you pinux to reset your password, click here. I did not try the sourceforge version. Hi Antonio, It seems the atl1c driver is only available in the Karmic release at the moment. Hi Martin, Using linux-image- 2. Leann Ogasawara leannogasawara wrote on