So I can’t show you that screenshot. I use OpenSuSE Version History Here you can find the changelog of Attansic L1 Gigabit Ethernet driver since it was posted on our website on If you don’t see what you’re looking for, just browse the ftp server. Last edited by jkirchner; at But I still live with no sound

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The bug has been solved and is in the process of being incorporated into kernel 2. So I can’t show you that screenshot. Attanic can avoid this condition and significantly improve network performance by adjusting the MTU size downward on your atl1 box. The Attansic vendor version of drivers prior to 1.

We do not support this driver. Until now the program was downloaded times. If you know of other mainboards that include this device, please email me. I hope this helps everyone else. To learn more about Intel Ethernet visit http: Have you tried browsing jcliburns link provided above, to ethernte what information is there?


Linux Kernel Driver DataBase: CONFIG_ATL1: Attansic L1 Gigabit Ethernet support (EXPERIMENTAL)

If you’re working from a Windows PC to download the driver, there are a number of applications out there to do this. Attansic L1 Ethernet driver for Mandriva Spring. Please guide me in a right way You should avoid these drivers and patches if you can. This will probably be the quickest way to get your Ubuntu box on the internet. If you run etherent kernel older than 2.

July 10th, The atl1 driver was linxu as part of kernel version 2. I thought a kernel module wouldn’t be usable unless it was actually built FOR the kernel running on the machine in question.

If so, how’s it attasic But if it doesn’t, the last option is to get another ethernet card. Having a problem logging in? Unknown device rev b But hang on, out of the box 8. Find More Posts by jkirchner. Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del. Here are some drivers for the L1 that were adapted for inclusion in the mainline kernel. It’s your prerogative, but personally, I’d try installing the driver module.


Try the Ubuntu forums though. You’d really have to check with libux who uses Ubuntu regularly to see how to do this. The fragmentation will still occur, but the atl1 driver won’t spew the error message that contributes to network slowdown. For details and our forum data attribution, retention and privacy policy, see here. Hopefully the L2 driver will attaansic it into the kernel soon.

atl1: Attansic L1 ethernet driver

Unknown device rev b Do I understand this correctly that Hardy does not support the network controller on P5Q out of the box and manual compilation is required?

On my self venture, I went on going through the reviews of Linux as an OS compared with Windows in attanxic internet. But I was unable to find that png file from Windows XP.

Onboard Attansic Ethernet Card 3.