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  Oracle cosmic image does not find broadcom network device in Shape

Status in linux package in Ubuntu:
  Fix Released
Status in linux source package in Cosmic:
  Fix Released

Bug description:
  I tried to register and boot a cosmic image to verify new changes in it and 
in cloud-init.
  The image failed to bring up networking in the initramfs, and thus failed to 
find iscsi root.
  this could be user error.

  Here is what I did to publish the image.

   - use oci build tool [1].
   - Download a livefs build from cloudware
     example: livecd.ubuntu-cpc.oracle_bare_metal.img
     My image had version 20180821.1

   - oci os bucket create --name=smoser-devel
   - oci os object put \
        --parallel-upload-count=4 \
        --part-size=10 \
        --bucket-name=smoser-devel \
        --file=/tmp/livecd.ubuntu-cpc.oracle_bare_metal.img \

   - import the object
      $ oci compute image import from-object \
          --display-name=smoser-cosmic-20180821.1.img \
          --launch-mode=NATIVE \
          --namespace=intcanonical \
          --bucket-name=smoser-devel \
          --name=cosmic-20180821.1.img \

  Then I launched from the web UI a VM.Standard2.1.


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