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  Fix Intel I210 doesn't work when ethernet cable gets plugged

Status in linux package in Ubuntu:

Bug description:
  Plugging ethernet cable cannot wake up Intel I210 when it's runtime
  suspended. It's because the PME is not enabled.

  PCI core doesn't enable PME because the driver explicitly saves its PCI
  state before runtime suspend routine. Don't save PCI state fixes the

  PME is correctly enabled, and cable plugging starts to work.

  [Regression Potential]
  Minimal. The fix limits to on device, and it's specific to runtime power
  management. Other functionalities are not affected.

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