Checking the current version:
$ ethtool -i enp3s0
driver: atlantic version: 5.4.0-49-generic-kern firmware-version: 3.0.33 expansion-rom-version: bus-info: 0000:03:00.0 supports-statistics: yes supports-test: no supports-eeprom-access: no supports-register-dump: yes supports-priv-flags: no
I had some difficulties to locate firmware and Linux flash tool, here is my local copy:
atlflashupdate-1.8.0_AQC107-FW-3.1.109.tgz (FW 3.1.109, flash tool 1.8.0 for x64).
The official one might be here (Windows).
Flashing new firmware:
$ sudo ./atlflashupdate
Aquantia AQtion Firmware Update Tool [Version 1.8.0] *** Important notice *** Update utility is only supported for certain systems. Please refer README file for supported systems. Proceed with update? (y/n): y ___________________________________________________________________________ No Name Firmware Update status Device MAC address ___________________________________________________________________________ 1 enp3s0 3.0.33 Available: 3.1.109 07B1-07B11BAA 24:5e:be:xx:xx:xx ___________________________________________________________________________ *** Important notice *** The network connection may be dropped during the update process. Please complete all network activity before updating. Enter adapter number or 'q' for quit without update >1 === + Adapter: enp3s0 |-- HWID: VEN_1D6A&DEV_07B1&SUBSYS_07B11BAA |-- Backing up... [OK] |-- Updating... [OK] |-- New firmware version: 3.1.109 |-- Trying to reload firmware... [OK] |-- Restarting device driver... [OK] === Firmware update finished!
SSHing to a remote host and get
Too many authentication failures?
Perhaps beause you have a number of private keys (in
.ssh, in your keychain, forwarded by your ssh agent) that all are tried and thus exceed the number of authentication tries (configurable via
All you want is type the damn password.
ssh -o PubkeyAuthentication=no host