I think that no solution for my problem. ):
As I have noticed, version 3.3.4 has already been released. But my problem was inherited in to the new version.
Sorry for the slow repsonse here. We have a new idea and it would be great if you could explore it.
Update to the latest version. Confirm that the bug exists still. Run
cat /proc/interruptsin the terminal and post the results here.
Follow these instructions while rebooting in order to access the GRUB menu:
(I expect you will need to use Esc to access this menu - not shift)
At the grub menu:
- Press e on the first entry (Endless OS 3.3.x)
- Use the up and down arrow keys to select the line that starts with linux
- Use the right arrow key to move the cursor to the very end of the long line. Press space and then add the parameter:
- Press F10 to boot the system
- When booted, post to this thread (regardless of if wifi now works or continues to be problematic):
eos-diagnosticsoutput (must be run “fresh” now that you have entered this new configuration)
cat /proc/interruptsoutput (again, from this new configuration)
a) Your observations for if wifi works or not
Let us know if you need further help running any of these steps! Thanks
Hi. Result for cat /proc…bla-bla
interrupts_before.txt (2,9 КБ)
After update up to 3.3.4
UPD. WiFi doesn’t work
UPD2. eos-diagnostics report after cat /proc/bla-blaeos-diagnostic-171209_022203_UTC 0300.txt (616,9 КБ)
UPD final. So, IMHO
After update and adding “pci=nomsi” - wifi is work. Until next normal reboot. I mean that all pages are loading in browser.
But i have a new problem - total freezes of all system. In video player, in online-player - even the graphic interface of the system works slow.
Also, my laptop is very hot. Much more hottest than before this procedure.
I hope that this info will elp you fix this bug.
Thanks! Yes, with this info we should now be able to work on a real fix.
Thanks again for helping us out with this. I’ve put a fix into testing internally, if all goes to plan we should release it in a bit less than a month from now.
Endless OS 3.3.6 is available as an online update and should solve this issue. Please let us know if it works!