Lu 12.04 "Network Manager is not working"?? YT is not working either . . .
este.el.paz at gmail.com
Mon Jun 9 01:12:35 UTC 2014
@Israel: Read through your earlier post . . . and started with running
"lsmod" . . . looks like "snd_aoa" is listed . . . as well as "airport" .
. . does that mean doing the "modprobe" items you mentioned would be the
next step? I'd prefer not to mess things up in the pursuit of "fixing"
them. And, reminder, this is a circa '01?? iMac G4, not an iBook--if that
would make any difference. Is this now clearly part of the "hw-detect bug
thingie" . . . and the modprobe instructions below or in the "iBook sound"
thread would be OK to try?
bnep 12554 2
mac_hid 3789 0
snd_seq_device 6920 3 snd_seq_midi,snd_rawmidi,snd_seq
rfcomm 42283 0
bluetooth 182260 10 bnep,rfcomm
snd 71315 6
rtc_generic 1363 0
sungem 32153 0
firewire_ohci 36642 0
parport_pc 37242 0
soundcore 7871 1 snd
ppdev 7758 0
sungem_phy 12068 1 sungem
firewire_core 61172 1 firewire_ohci
snd_aoa_soundbus 4899 1 snd_aoa_i2sbus
lp 9123 0
parport 37912 3 parport_pc,ppdev,lp
crc_itu_t 1483 1 firewire_core
uninorth_agp 7650 1
airport 3738 0
orinoco 72279 1 airport
cfg80211 192449 1 orinoco
From: Israel <israeldahl at gmail.com>
> To: lubuntu-users at lists.ubuntu.com
> Subject: Re: Lu 12.04 "Network Manager is not working"?? YT is not
> working either . . . .
> The No Sound issue, might be related to the migration from snd-powermac
> to snd-aoa
> I am not sure why it would be happening in 12.04, though the newer
> kernels may have introduced this behavior.
> It might also be why your wireless isn't working.
> Does your PPC have an 'airport' or is it b43?
> If it is airport, then it is most likely because of the hw-detect bug
> that has plagued PPC this release.
> If you really want to test some things out I wrote an e-mail a while
> back about my testing on an iBook.
> However, there are some models that simply do not work without having to
> do some more extensive hacking around.
> Also, for the airport module you would need to try
> sudo modprobe airport
> and add airport into your /etc/modules
> and make sure it isn't blacklisted (like the sound modules).
> If your computer uses b43 you will (most likely) need to install
> b43-fwcutter firmware-b43-installer
> If you have another b43 driver installed it can cause an issue with this
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