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    I managed to install Ubuntu 8.04 using this mobo, but the onboard nVidia LAN doesn't seem to work. The LAN works fine when running Windows XP. Anybody have the the onboard LAN working on Ubuntu?

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    Originally posted by openelements View Post
    I managed to install Ubuntu 8.04 using this mobo, but the onboard nVidia LAN doesn't seem to work. The LAN works fine when running Windows XP. Anybody have the the onboard LAN working on Ubuntu?

    Your gonna have to update the kernel to 2.6.25 to get it to work. 2.6.24 didn't have support for th Atheros F1.
    Last edited by deanjo; 07-06-2008, 07:37 PM.

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    • #3
      thanks for the info. From what I've read, it looks like Fedora core 9 is already using 2.6.25

      anybody know the steps necessary to upgrade the kernel on Ubuntu 8.04?

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      • #4
        opensuse uses 2.6.25 as well.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by openelements View Post
          I managed to install Ubuntu 8.04 using this mobo, but the onboard nVidia LAN doesn't seem to work. The LAN works fine when running Windows XP. Anybody have the the onboard LAN working on Ubuntu?
          i also have this board and am running kubuntu 8.04 LTS.

          after a month of tinkering and googling, i have discovered u need to do this:

          edit /boot/grub/menu.list and add a kernel boot parameter consisting of:

          pci=nomsi

          (see this wiki article here for more info: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Message...led_Interrupts)

          also, this onboard NIC uses the forcedeth driver(your ubuntu install may already be loding it).

          prior to making this adjustment to my kernel boot parameter, the nic would "work", but after pulling an IP address, it would packet-storm the hell out of my network and cause all the other nodes to lose connectivity.

          now if anyone could explain to me why i can't plug in more than one USB device without losing the functionality of ALL attached USB devices i would be dancing a jig (otherwise i can't really complain about this board)>

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          • #6
            Originally posted by openelements View Post
            I managed to install Ubuntu 8.04 using this mobo, but the onboard nVidia LAN doesn't seem to work. The LAN works fine when running Windows XP. Anybody have the the onboard LAN working on Ubuntu?
            P.S. for got to mention my kernel:

            Linux minerva 2.6.24-19-server #1 SMP Wed Jun 18 14:44:47 UTC 2008 x86_64 GNU/Linux

            <edit> this post will make sense when my initial reply shows up</edit>
            Last edited by justsumdood; 07-06-2008, 10:49 PM.

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            • #7
              thanks justsumdood. I will try your suggestion.

              FYI for anyone else who has this mobo. The Asus website has posted a new bios.
              http://dlsvr03.asus.com/pub/ASUS/mb/..._HDMI/1005.zip

              it doesn't exactly address the LAN issue, but I just thought i mention it for anyone else interested

              Version 1005 2008/07/01 update
              OS All
              Description 1005 BIOS for M3N-HD/HDMI
              1.Enhance memory compatibility for certain memory.
              2.Resolve CrashFree function fail if using AM2+ CPU and add-on card simultaneously issue.
              3.Resolve the problem that system is unable to boot up when using 4G memory
              and Framebuffer is set to 512M.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by openelements View Post
                2.Resolve CrashFree function fail if using AM2+ CPU and add-on card simultaneously issue.
                .
                LOL. I think something got lost in that translation.

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                • #9
                  Asus M3N-HD HDMI - LAN issue solved!

                  Originally posted by justsumdood View Post
                  i also have this board and am running kubuntu 8.04 LTS.

                  after a month of tinkering and googling, i have discovered u need to do this:

                  edit /boot/grub/menu.list and add a kernel boot parameter consisting of:

                  pci=nomsi

                  this worked, the onboard LAN is functioning! thanks again!

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by openelements View Post
                    this worked, the onboard LAN is functioning! thanks again!
                    no problem. glad to hear it worked out for ya. i know i was happy myself. freed up a PCI slot so i could reinsert my soundblaster live 5.1 so i could have a usable mic in WoW. unfortunately, while i can hear myself thru the mic in the mixer utility, for some reason it doesn't work in WoW at all :/

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by justsumdood View Post
                      i also have this board and am running kubuntu 8.04 LTS.

                      after a month of tinkering and googling, i have discovered u need to do this:

                      edit /boot/grub/menu.list and add a kernel boot parameter consisting of:

                      pci=nomsi

                      (see this wiki article here for more info: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Message...led_Interrupts)

                      also, this onboard NIC uses the forcedeth driver(your ubuntu install may already be loding it).

                      prior to making this adjustment to my kernel boot parameter, the nic would "work", but after pulling an IP address, it would packet-storm the hell out of my network and cause all the other nodes to lose connectivity.

                      now if anyone could explain to me why i can't plug in more than one USB device without losing the functionality of ALL attached USB devices i would be dancing a jig (otherwise i can't really complain about this board)>
                      sorry to reply to my own post and to dig up an old thread, but just in case anyone else out there may be having issues with the USB and this board:

                      i discovered that the USB hub in the base of my monitor was USB 1.1 while the ports on the board i was using are USB 2.0. Hardy Heron and the kernel version used have issues with USB devices used in this fashion. The fix was simply for me to buy a powered USB 2.0 hub. I now have a mouse keyboard and USB headset all functioning fine with the system, granted the keyboard i needed to plug directly to an onboard USB port, as having all 3 plugged into the hub would cause weird behaviour such as pressing a key once and an infinite repeat of the letter would result.

                      Currently i am testing Jaunty (Kubuntu 9.04) on my laptop for any issues that could pop up from a Hardy upgrade and assessing if upgrading to jaunty would be feasible on this board.

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