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  Ubuntu 16.10 kernel 4.8.0-39  No network connectivity

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Bug description:
  My last kernel update changed something that is causing the network
  manager to fail to load anything but the lo device.

  If I reboot into the previous kernel (4.8.0-38) everything works fine.

  I'm not certain that this issue is related to the NetworkManger or the
  Kernel, but the bottom line is I have not ethernet when I boot using
  the latest kernel.

  This is one of three computers I built a few years back.
  It's based on an Asus motherboard: P5G41T-M LX PLUS, BIOS 0502    10/21/2011
  The eth0 NIC is on the motherboard.

  Any info you need, I will try and provide.
  Any help you might offer would be appreciated.

  I run apt-get update followed by apt-get dist-upgrade every day.
  This is the first time I've had a serious problem as a byproduct of updating.

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