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** Changed in: linux (Ubuntu)
Status: New => Incomplete
** Tags added: xenial
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Support for X553 Intel NIC in Xenial
Status in linux package in Ubuntu:
The Intel Atom C3000 platform comes with an integrated X553 Intel NIC.
Support was added in Linux 4.11:
next.git/commit/?id=b3eb4e1860f35. PCI IDs are 8086:15E4 and
Would it be possible to backport such support into 4.4? Redhat
provided support for such chips a few months back (through DKMS):
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