Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 240014
HWCERT: Wipro iValue WIV15956, WIV15996
Last modified: 2013-05-30 15:06:02 EDT
The system configuration is as below:
CPU: 1 Intel Pentium-4 HT 661 – 3.6GHz
Chipset: Intel 945G Chipset
MEMORY: 1 GB
STORAGE: ICH7(South Bridge of 945G Chipset) on board SATA Controller with Maxtor
NETWORK: 1 RealTek RTL8110SC Gigabit Ethernat controller
CDROM: BTC CD-ROM(BCD F567E)
VIDEO: Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 950 (Intel GMA 950)(On Board)
AUDIO: Integrated Audio(Realtek ALC888 audio codec)
USB: 4 ports
FLOPPY: 1.44MB ALPS FDD
Motherboard: MSI MS-7267 Ver:3.0
"snd-hda-intel" driver installed for Intel Corporation 82801G (ICH7 Family) High
Definition Audio Controller. The link for the audio driver is as follows:
"r1000" driver installed for Realtek Semiconductor Co., Ltd. RTL-8169SC Gigabit
Ethernet. The link for the network driver is as follows:
Kernel is tainted due to "r1000" and "snd-hda-intel" drivers installed. It is
not possible to support 3rd party driver. Closing as "Compatible".
System has no configurable options.
*Please NOTE*: From Nov. 1 on, the status of COMPATIBLE is going away and all
the certs would be posted as CERTIFIED. If the devices in your box require the
3rd party drivers to work properly, Red Hat does not support the drivers. Vendor
needs to provide the downloading URL in your company's website (NOT in the 3rd
partner's website, in this case, you need to provide the 3rd party driver
downloading URL in WIPRO's website). After that, We will open a
kbase (knowledge base) to cover this case. In our public cert list clients can
open this kbase which follows your cert.
If you can't provide the support on your website, at least you should provide a
support telephone NO. and we will list it in the kbase file.