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Old 04-25-2008, 01:21 PM
"Francois Dam"
 
Default bug in the networkcard

Hello Every one,

First of all, I try to use Ubuntu, and till now it is a great program too use. But I best just in the beginning and have to learn a lot. If I know a lot of things I make every one that how I know a member too use Ubuntu.


OK, now the bug where I tolk about.

When I put the computer off than the network card will power on but when I put the computer in the sleep modus the network card will power off.... Strange, because I was thinking the other way.... But is it possible that when I turn the computer off that the network card alsof is out of power?


And least but not least where en how can I put this in a forum?

With Kind regards,*
François Dam
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Old 04-25-2008, 05:07 PM
"Phil Bieber"
 
Default bug in the networkcard

On Fri, Apr 25, 2008 at 3:21 PM, Francois Dam <francois.dam@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello Every one,
>
> First of all, I try to use Ubuntu, and till now it is a great program too
> use. But I best just in the beginning and have to learn a lot. If I know a
> lot of things I make every one that how I know a member too use Ubuntu.
>
> OK, now the bug where I tolk about.
>
> When I put the computer off than the network card will power on but when I
> put the computer in the sleep modus the network card will power off....
> Strange, because I was thinking the other way.... But is it possible that
> when I turn the computer off that the network card alsof is out of power?
>
> And least but not least where en how can I put this in a forum?
>
> With Kind regards,
>
> François Dam
>

Hi!
Welcome to Ubuntu and this List!
Your NIC (Network Interface Card) is behaving just as it should! When
your PC is off, it can be switched over the network sending a "magic
packet", but this is not possible in Sleep mode. You can probably
(depending on your PC) turn this off in your BIOS. To Access it,
reboot your PC and while you see a Logo or a screen showing your cpu
and RAM hit either DEL or F2, or lookut for something like
"Hit <KEY> to enter setup"
There look around for a setting concering "Wake on Lan".

A good forun for any questions is the Ubuntu Forum: http://www.ubuntuforums.org

Cheers
Phil Bieber


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