The dmesg output for this working kernel is attached also, because maybe it might help you to sort out what’s different from one kernel to the other. Brad Figg brad-figg wrote on There is a huge difference by doing this and doing a cold boot, directly into Ubuntu. Ed S imimimx wrote on Would it be possible for you to test the latest upstream kernel?

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Disabling HighDMA did not fix anything broavcom my end and I cannot figure out what will trigger the issue. TG3 still crash, but not too early If you point me to the kernel package I can try it.

What does “Tigon3” mean?

Hello, I would like to confirm that it’s useful to file a new bug for this issue. Here is a dmesg snippet, maybe it helps. Brad Figg brad-figg wrote on It’s lurking anywhere between the binary blob the firmwarethe kernel driver, the hardware or any tricky combination of these.


I tested this kernel but was unable to mount the hard disk. With the patch above, the two versions always work correctly.

What does “Tigon3” mean?

Hi, Have same issue with ubuntu I wonder when this will be merged in the main kernel. You need to log in to change this bug’s status.

Please check it out:. No, I tibon3 had this issue.

It boots and brings up tg3, the Ethernet link is working and the module seems stable. Ed S imimimx wrote on Kai-Heng Feng kaihengfeng wrote on Any ideas on this bug? Hence, the “if” condition fails and the body is not executed.

Can anyone try it?

Thank you, Paulo On Mar 20, Bug tg3 Edit You are not directly subscribed to this bug’s notifications. If this happens on mainline kernel, please file an upstream bug at https: The dmesg output is attached. Marking clocksource ‘tsc’ as unstable because the skew is too large: By the way, we downloaded and tested one of the Deb packages you created, and it worked quite well.


Problems still arise, but much less frequently.

No timeouts or errors in dmesg: Transmit queue timed out. We tested it to download a few gb, an Ubuntu image, play videos for a few hours and the like. Will send the details later or tomorrowas soon as I get back to my computer.

I am running on bit system. A big “thank you” for them!

Please, can anyone help on this?