Have you looked here: As read before, make sure there are NO Broadcom drivers installed. For this type of scenarios you can do the following I recommend installing Synaptic for GUI management: I installed ndiswrapper-common, ndiswrapper- utils Kamangir kamangir wrote on I am also being affected by this on Hardy Heron Beta1 wrath wrath- laptop:
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Good to know the fix is related to the kernel, but it’d be nice to know if it was an Ubuntu fix or a kernel fix. After about 10 seconds, your wireless will work. The old fix in http: Each way of installing it does not guarantee it will work perfectly until you do the proper test That is why I mention the time above.
Then go to the Wireless connection you are using, select ibuntu. To resolve the problem i crate a boot script using this steps: On Tue, Oct 6, at 3: First unload all conflicting drivers this includes removing the driver you’re trying to install: Install the bfwcutter package. But I can tell you the steps I took to make it work: USB and wireless were working perfectly with 2. Is there a more elegant solution than just having a startup script unload and reload the modules?
If you have an old version of Ubuntu There was a bug ubuhtu my workaround that resulted in broken USB. I can confirm that the bug is back in jaunty Dell XPS m, wireless draft Below is a summary of the system hardware and a part of the syslog when I was attempting to connect to the encrypted wireless network “2WIRE”: For this type of scenarios you can do the following I recommend installing Synaptic for GUI management: Copyright Internet Systems Consortium.
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The bcmwl-kernel-source package aims to offer a later version for a given release. My apologies – network-manager is in fact working fine.
RobotHumans 1, 8 This procedure has partially worked for me – I can see networks and connect to bccm4328 ones haven’t tried WEP yet. The full manufacturer and model of your computer as noted on the sticker of the computer itself.
It doesn’t appear to lose connection, but data stops transmitting. I will reload 8. I can confirm the bug with Hardy Alpha 6, too 2.
I agree with Fabian – updated to current level and ndis now works. See full activity log. The bug that I reported was about a single line added to modules.
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I can connect to wireless networks requiring no encryption. To resolve the problem i crate a boot script using this steps:. So I tried ndiswrapper -mi and cut out all the extras from the modprobe.