Comment 179 for bug 414560

With the situation is better but with problems.
After some hours (8? 10?) I come back to the PC and the connection was lost.
The ping command that pings every 3 seconds my router was giving:

ping: sendmsg: No buffer space available
ping: sendmsg: No buffer space available
ping: sendmsg: No buffer space available

Restarting network-manager and umounting/mounting the module doesn't
fix the connection.


On Tue, Jan 12, 2010 at 5:21 PM, Michael B. Trausch <email address hidden> wrote:
> On Tue, Jan 12, 2010 at 6:20 AM, Kunal Gangakhedkar
> <email address hidden> wrote:
>> On Monday 11 Jan 2010 9:56:47 pm Michael B. Trausch wrote:
>>> I have installed on Karmic, and my problems with this issue
>>> have gone away.  Would it be of any use to try to bisect the kernel to
>>> provide a patch here for Karmic, or is someone already working on such a
>>> thing?  (I ask because it is pretty important that I get back to the
>>> Karmic kernel, because VirtualBox in Karmic does not work with,
>>> and I use it a good amount.)
>> Slightly off-topic, but you could simply do "sudo service vboxdrv setup"
>> or "sudo invoke-rc.d vboxdrv setup" to recompile the VBox drivers
>> after updating the kernel.
>> This works unless the kernel API is changed drastically.
>> I use it all the time.
> Right, I am aware of how to do that. DKMS is in Ubuntu to make this
> simpler (thanks, Dell!), since DKMS manages the module builds.  The
> problem is similar to the NVIDIA module problem back with 2.6.28,
> where the kernel API changed in some way that was never guaranteed to
> be stable in the first place.
> I wound up simply updating VBox, but still the core issue here is this:
> If I bisect the kernel to attempt to isolate a patch that fixes ath9k
> in Karmic's kernel, will an Ubuntu Kernel Team member take that patch
> and get it into Ubuntu?  If that's not a guaranteed "Yes", I am not
> going to try, because I have my system working pretty well for me and
> I am kind of tired of submitting debdiffs and them getting ignored
> half the time.  I don't figure that this will be an easy task, but I
> am willing to do it *if* I know for sure that it will be of benefit to
> others.
>   --- Mike
> --
> ath9k disassociates/reassociates a lot
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