wpa and broadcom card
Juan Marcelo Rodríguez Monti
juan at rodriguezmonti.com.ar
Thu Oct 22 00:27:21 BST 2009
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 have
>>> Thanks guys :)
>> Hi guys, I'm gonna install and test. Thanks if the problem is solved!.
> 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.
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