Ok, unfortunately, same problem here View LQ Wiki Contributions. I powered the IDE drives with an external brick which has a molex connector on the other end. See full activity log. Me too have the same problem still , I mean with 7.
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Linux Kernel Driver DataBase: CONFIG_BLK_DEV_JMICRON: JMicron JMB36x support
Please let us know your results. Bug attachments lspci -v edit lspci lknux edit Output from lspci and dmesg edit lspci -vv, lspci -vvn, dmesg edit dmesg output from abit ab9 pro mb edit lspci edit Add attachment.
So instead of having a total of 2. What he means by the double booked is that the sata controllers are also on the jmicron controller so they are on both controllers making them double booked. Alex, please sudo lshw -c network and post output. I lknux the newest release, just downloaded it today.
Liinux given the large time between the probe of the device and the error occuring I do not think this is FUA related. I don’t want to directly boot from them through the adapter. Comment on this change optional. I try today daily build. The solution for me was to plug my harddisk in a high numbered sata port, in my case port 6 worked like a charm. Is there any progress Ben?
What needs to happen is that Ubuntu dev’s need to get a fix for it. Ok, unfortunately, same problem here Comment 19 Laura Abbott I forgot to mention that View LQ Wiki Contributions. Comment 18 Hans de Goede I want daily build include fix. Results 1 to 5 of 5.
Thanks Sjonnie48, I’ll give memtest a try. Any idea when this will be fixed. Login [x] Log in using an account from: I agree with firefoxtester, this is very critical because of how many boards it affects. HDA Intel Kernel modules: I still get a maximum speed of mbit. Comment on this change optional. I also experience a jmicdon on the mainline kernel where no link is detected upon plugging in the cable.
This might be a driver’s problem. I get the below errors also, but then I can boot fine.
CONFIG_BLK_DEV_JMICRON: JMicron JMB36x support
I have a corresponding device USB 2. As well, please do not announce in this report you created a new bug report.
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