wpa and broadcom card
Juan Marcelo Rodríguez Monti
juan at rodriguezmonti.com.ar
Tue Oct 20 23:12:55 BST 2009
chuck adams escribió:
> On Tue, 2009-10-20 at 08:53 -0400, Jonathan Jesse wrote:
> ...snip snip...
>> I know the first time I rebooted after enabling the Broadcom card it
>> showed it was activated but not configured. rebooting a second time
>> gave me no problems with wifi
> Here is some of todays results.
> o reboot, no wifi
> o go to admin->hardware drivers Broadcom B43 shown
> o plugin Airlink 101 USB wifi for internet connection
> - download and install drivers and firmware
> o now Broadcom B43 wireless driver shown active and currently in use
> o do a shutdown and remove Airlink 101
> o reboot and still no wifi, even though admin->hardware drivers shows
> B43 active and currently in use
> o multiple reboots still do not get the interface active
I experienced the same problem. It's awful and odd, but in the exact
same Dell Vostro 1520, Jaunty works perfectly; it identifies the
hardware and configures the wifi well ( both for open and password
protected connections ).
Then, NEVER the wifi card worked directly in Karmic.
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