Am 27.12.2011 09:30, schrieb Sujit Karatparambil:
* ethernet e100 works fine if cold booted from *power plug removed*,
fails if rebooted from Windows. Shutting down windows and powering up
You mean to say you need to reboot the modem.
(it's not a modem, it's a small sized desktop with atom CPU)
No, rebooting from Windows into Linux does break ethernet (on linux,
rebooting back into windows the ethernet works just fine).
I need to remove power (just shutting down is not enough!) and then boot
directly into linux to make ethernet work.
home again I can wire up the machine and provide the different
entries from the working and non-working case after
"modprobe e100 debug=16"
You are just doing a power down in the case of positive scenario is
what you mean.
I think the most advisable thing to do is to look at vendor
documentation for your
modem both offline and online or google for "modem reboot required
The interesting things that I found are below.
It's an intel chip, (a very old one btw) and thus I don't think it is
related, but I'll try playing with the Wake on LAN settings to see if
they change anything.
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