[Bug 210725] Re: Please include RaLink RT2860 driver
krutoileshii at gmail.com
Wed Nov 19 05:19:35 UTC 2008
I don't know about everyone else but i can't get it working out of the box
with either one.
I have a SparkLan PCI card with 2860 chip set in it and can't get it to
connect to WPA2/WPA1 no matter what i do.
On the other side if compiled form ralink source i can get it working
2008/11/16 Stéphane Graber <stgraber at stgraber.org>
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> Matthieu Baerts wrote:
> > I confirm too.
> Can you guys please stop saying "confirm" as comment without adding
> any useful information ?
> Every-time you do so you're sending over 100 mails (looking at the
> list of subscribers and team subscribed to the bug) to people who
> probably are already aware that this bug isn't fixed in any Ubuntu
> Launchpad has a "me too" functionality that you can use for that
> instead (at the top of the page "This bug doesn't affect me (change
> This bug requires a new driver to be included in the kernel and it's
> not in Ubuntu's policy to include a new feature/software/driver
> Please wait for Jaunty (April 2009) to get the driver by default or
> just use the PPAs mentioned in the comments.
> Thank you
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