wpa and broadcom card
jjesse at gmail.com
Sun Nov 8 21:58:31 GMT 2009
Good afternoon guys
this has reared its head today again for me. not able to connect to my wpa
wireless. Was working fine, but just stopped working today.
keep on getting prompted for the password which ive verified is correct
On Wed, Oct 21, 2009 at 6:27 PM, Juan Marcelo Rodríguez Monti <
juan at rodriguezmonti.com.ar> wrote:
> chuck adams escribió:
> > On Mon, 2009-10-19 at 22:39 -0300, Juan wrote:
> >> 2009/10/19 Jonathan Jesse <jjesse at gmail.com>:
> >>> updates today fixed my problems, will let yo uknow if I continue to
> >>> problems.
> >>> Thanks guys :)
> >> Hi guys, I'm gonna install and test. Thanks if the problem is solved!.
> >> Juan
> > I installed todays ubuntu karmic-netbook-remix-i386 iso and created
> > bootable USB memory. Installed into a lenovo s10 netbook.
> > No detection of broadcom bcm4312 card.
> I installed today, with yesterday's version of daily-live of Ubuntu, and
> the card wasn't detected. I tried, then, the app jockey-gtk that showed
> me two available drivers and this application crashed.
> It entered in a kind of loop, and freezed the machine. Then I killed the
> app with kill, and the system came back.
> Again: Ubuntu Jaunty detects perfectly the card. I don't know what gone
> wrong in the development/upgrade.
> In older versions of Karmic, I was able to install the card with certain
> kernel version ( no the default one ), however, I wasn't able to use
> properly because I wasn't able to connect to protected networks. I don't
> know if this is a driver or kde-nework-manage issue.
> I hope this get better. Might be the next stable version solves this. Or
> it's possible to use it after some tweaking.
> Thanks guys!.
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