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idata
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S5520HC Centos 6 lspci 01:00.0 Ethernet controller: Intel Corporation Device 10aa (rev 02)

Hi

I am setting up a bare bone S5520HC without chasis with non-Intel power supply and that's it. BMC is not used.

It works. But I tried Centos 6.0, Fedora 15, Ubuntu 11.04, Ubuntu 10.x, Centos 5.6, all came up with:

1. lspci -vv | grep -i ethernet

01:00.0 Ethernet controller: Intel Corporation Device 10aa (rev 02)

01:00.1 Ethernet controller: Intel Corporation Device 10aa (rev 02)

2. cannot detect these devices of course hence no eth0 and no eth1

3. tried to download igb-3.0.22 as well as intel-lan_linux_v16.0.tar.gz and tried e1000e, e1000, igb, ixigb.... whatever all won't detect this

4. guess 10aa is not a recognized PCI device ID for these drivers

Any idea? Need to upgrade BIOS?

THks

Francis Kam

Uniforce System

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Daniel_O_Intel
Employee
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You could try that, but I wouldn't think upgrading the BIOS would change the PCI subsys ID. What does it show up as under lspci, if you install RHEL 6?

DSilv11
Valued Contributor III
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10AA is not right. The LOM should be reporting as 10A7

Do you happen to have the boards serial nnumber off the mother boards label?

idata
Community Manager
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I've got Intel to ship a new board over.

Now the new board has 10a7, and driver works.

But new problem, RAM slot 3 not working, reporting failure, but still can boot.

So, now I got another problem and reported it again to Intel 2 days ago waiting for ... reply!

DSilv11
Valued Contributor III
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Single ram slot not working is almost alway a pin bent in the CPU socket when installing the CPU.

idata
Community Manager
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Given the way the CPU is seated, how can it be possible with ONE pin bending?

Francis

DSilv11
Valued Contributor III
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Did you use the correct tool to install CPU? http://www.intel.com/support/motherboards/server/sb/CS-032587.htm?wapkw=(bent+pin http://www.intel.com/support/motherboards/server/sb/CS-032587.htm?wapkw=(bent+pin)

Usually happen om CPU insertion when the CPU is slide slightly to the left ot right to get it to drop in.

The gold pins are very soft

one of the more common pins to get bent /message/110489# 110489 http://communities.intel.com/message/110489# 110489

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