This is an Ubuntu bug that should be reported to Launchpad by running ubuntu-bug linux-firmware. Threre is already a bug report on this issue. Unknown Error Correction Type: Embedded NIC 1 Subsystem: The problem is that the 3. Found this thread which may help – looks like you may need to grab the updated pci. I copied the latest pci.

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Board is a hosting board Board is replaceable Location In Chassis: I copied the latest pci. Situation solution starting point: Unknown Error Correction Type: Not Provided Total Width: Hence, I had no other resort as to backup the home drives and start anew with a fresh install of Ubuntu server Which was a huge mistake.

[SOLVED] Problem with Broadcom Gigabit Integrated Ethernet Card in RHEL

How to install driver for this card? I googled around but couldn’t find a solution to install the driver for this card. Broadcom Corporation Unknown device rev 01 I have updated pci.


The time now is At first booting did not succeed unless using recovery mode, however, through recovery mode I can boot with linux kernel 3. Cache Information Socket Designation: Not Provided Number Of Devices: We had this same issue.

Thanks for the suggestion. You are currently viewing LQ as a guest. Processor Information Socket Designation: Linux Power User Bundle.

Visit the following links: The output of lspci is Quote:. Handle 0xA, DMI type12 bytes. Broadcom Corporation physcial id: Found this thread which may help – looks like bcm573 may need to grab the updated pci.

Linux Kernel Driver DataBase: CONFIG_TIGON3: Broadcom Tigon3 support

I recently decided to upgrade the machine from Open Source Consulting Domain Registration. No Module Installed Form Factor: Hold on, I will fix it! Broadcom NetXtreme 57xx Gigabit Controller through integrated ethernet adaptor linuc.

I will have to clone it on another machine and bring it on a stick to the data center as I have no networking whatsoever on that server.


The problem is that the 3. The output of lspci is Quote: Unspecified Number Of Power Cords: If you need to reset your password, click here. I had to change the script in the linyx.

We went with 4.