manoj.iyer at canonical.com manoj.iyer at canonical.com
Wed May 5 20:03:34 UTC 2010

When I 1st added this module to lucid, I had fully tested it to work on my 
Lenovo S12. Not sure why it does not work now, let me try it on my lenovo 
again to see what is going on.

--- manjo

On Tue, 4 May 2010, Tim Gardner wrote:

> On 05/04/2010 02:05 AM, Joseph Cooper wrote:
>> Hi Tim,
>> I see you have done a lot of work with the bug reports regarding the
>> RTL8192se Wi/Fi driver. I formatted my HD and installed Ubuntu 32bit on
>> my Toshiba Satellite A505-6004 then installed the proposed kernel you
>> had modified (2.6.32-22-generic-pae)
>> Unfortunately my wi/fi still does not see any networks. Would you be
>> able to assist?
>> I know the toggle switch for the wi/fi is on because it works in Win7
>> Also there are many secure and unsecure access  points in my
>> neighborhood. Unfortunately none are being seen.
>> If this is the incorrect way to go about getting help with this I
>> apologize.
>> Thanks for all you do!
> The rtl8192se driver is direct from the vendor, and as such is poorly
> supported by the FOSS community. If it were mainline then it would
> likely get more attention.
> Your best bet is to file a Launchpad bug with all of your particulars
> (use 'ubuntu-bug linux'), and to perhaps send an email to Realtek.
> rtg
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