See full activity log. Originally Posted by overmetal How can I keep this driver from loading so, I can properly block the interference with my Wireless? Just to be sure, did you put these on separate lines like so? Launchpad Janitor janitor wrote on Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del.
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[ubuntu] [SOLVED] ndiswrapper blacklist problem
See full activity log. I installed broadcomm-wl check module deps: My card is a BCM In this case, we’re interested in the device’s remove file, and its parent’s rescan file. I managed to restart the driver for my wireless card following these instructions.
Denis denis-dellsale wrote on RSS feed for this topic. Changed in linux Ubuntu: Kernel team bugs 5.
To post a comment you must log in. Sorry my english, i’m from Brazil. It appears to work so far.
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Pablo Castellano pablocastellano on I don’t see any 43 variations. This problem is still present in Please update the link. The workaround however still works. And if you’re not careful and choose the wrong device number, you could end up shutting down your hard disk controller instead of the network adapter.
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The time now is August 25th, 6. For example, if I: Jarl jarl-dk wrote on Join Date Apr Beans Finally, don’t copy-paste these instructions.
August 25th, 5. Please note that the link blwcklist have provided https: Pablo Castellano pablocastellano wrote on Just to be sure, did you put these on separate lines like so?
Slitaz network script only configures one interface. Email me about changes to this bug report.
Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. I have been getting intermittent failures and I have had to reboot my computer to get wireless to work again. Beyond that, you’d need deep understanding of how these drivers work to say what exactly is going on. Start with a driver already loaded, so you can look up your device by its network interface name: UDisks2 on the system message bus Apr 6