I successfully connect, get IP, but after less than 10 seconds I get this error: However when I point this INF file to in the “Wireless Drivers”, It does not see the hardware “Unable to see if hardware is present” I have done some debug on why the driver is wrong and here is analysis which I need your help. Is there any such driver? I wonder if this is close to what I have going on. After rebooting, the network doesn’t work and only does if I unload ohci-hcd, ssb, b43 and modprobe bcm43xx.
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I didn’t have to compile ndiswrapper manually, and step 2a was used. Tim Gardner wrote on Linksys Unknown device [ Worst thing, I cannot manage to have the wireless auto-“up and running” right after reboot which is quite bad for my 4 aifrorce old daughter when trying to do onlime gaming: The information about this bug in Launchpad is automatically pulled daily from the remote bug.
I brought the CPU back to its normal state, and the wireless seemed to connect better. With my bcm I can connect with the b43 driver but the connection drops often and is slow.
[SOLVED] Ubuntu wireless driver BCM [Archive] – Ubuntu Forums
Had to go get older driver specified in 2d. Two days of trying — one hour for success. I will let you know what I tried and how it went. Download full text 4. CVE References I don’t know if this part also affects Ubuntu, but regardless, the above fixes the problem.
The following are experimental methods to get the device working upon reboot. Seems stable and I don’t see any transmission power issues that I’ve seen with the free bcm34xx driver.
b43 and b43legacy
Now the problem is that it wouldn’t get an IP. Gert Kulyk gkulyk wrote on Is any one who had same issues or seeing any mistake of mine. Once we are done with the page, we can move it to the community docs UbuntuWiki: It’s not really “lean” and bbcm4311 for your machine as it can be. I couldn’t get it to work even without Network Manager.
Broadcom wireless drivers
In Gutsy, lspci shows this card as “Network controller: As to why it doesn’t come up running, that is a matter for other of the Ubuntu mailing lists. Output of “dmesg grep ssb”: Native restricted driver in Ubuntu 7.
This command usually usually lists details about more than one network device: I didn’t use the irqpoll one though. I’ll have the kernel bfm4311 to take a look to consider changing.
It recognizes the wireless network available i think it is encrypted but there is no internet connection. However when I point this INF file to in the “Wireless Drivers”, It does not see the hardware “Unable to see if hardware is present” I have done some debug on why the driver is wrong and here is analysis which I need your help. This Ndiswrapper solution works flawless.
Compaq FUS; Network controller: Spoke too soon – system lockup, reboot doesn’t config wlan0. It took me a bit longer then 5 minutes, because I’m airforcce slow typist, and I double checked each line for accuracy before hitting return.
Big thanks to you. Obviously, that is not the case.
My wireless worked under 7.