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PostPosted: Fri Dec 28, 2007 4:39 pm 
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Hi.

I tried Ubuntu 7.04 and now (cause of a new harddrive) Ubuntu 7.10 on my Peg2.

With both versions I have trouble with the onboard-LAN. Sometimes it works great for up to an hour, sometimes the browser (firefox or opera) or the whole desktop chrashed after a minute. I also had trouble while installing. I need several times.

If I only use OpenOffice or Gimp everything works great with no problems.

Someone told me, that this is a problem with the kernel-driver. I used the kernels from genesi.hu .

Im a Linux-Newbie and couldnt make a new kernel.

Someone got a solution ?


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you should be able to find a working kernel in this thread :

http://www.powerdeveloper.org/forums/vi ... php?t=1406

good luck


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you should be able to find a working kernel in this thread :

http://www.powerdeveloper.org/forums/vi ... php?t=1406

good luck
The problem is solved. It worked for me now.

Because my Pegasos was often transported there was a contact-problem on my CPU-board. After fastening the CPU again, everthing worked fine.


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