[Bug 35301] Re: [Bug 35301] Re: ueagle-atm driver does not work

arthemis frederic.paugam at laposte.net
Thu May 4 07:38:04 UTC 2006

The module eagle-usb d-o-e-s n-o-t w-o-r-k. It's a bug that is a real  
for ubuntu users because without internet, ubuntu can not even be
really installed (one needs updates). It should be marked as not  
loadable in
modprobe.conf. In fact, it should be replaced by the new supported

I am not the only one who had problems to install this one.
Why don't ubuntu simply remove eagle-usb (this needs to be done by
users in order to make ueagle-atm work) and make a patch
to the kernel modules with ueagle-usb, the last version on svn?
It works quite well and everyone that uses and develops this modem  
agrees on
the fact that this is the right module to use with eagle based modems.



Le 4 mai 06 à 00:34, Matt Zimmerman a écrit :

> If both of these modules are in-tree, I see no reason not to enable  
> them
> both.  Ben?
> ** Changed in: linux-source-2.6.15 (Ubuntu)
>      Severity: Major => Normal
> -- 
> ueagle-atm driver does not work
> https://launchpad.net/bugs/35301

ueagle-atm driver does not work

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