It’s b43 and b43fwcutter now. If not, I guess it’s back to Gutsy for me. See how wlan0 your wireless interface is still present? Thanks for your help with all this by the way, your how-to has been very helpful and has prevented me from jumping back over to PCLOS. Will this solve the problem with ndiswrapper incompatability with my version of ubuntu?
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Other programs my access point’s control program did not work properly once installed. Local Loopback inet addr: Loading ndiswrapper and b44 in correct order modprobe -r b44 modprobe -r ssb modprobe ndiswrapper modprobe b44 exit 0 oleg OlegsCPU: Not really, that’s exactly the same thing as this How-To: You’ll need to recompile it for any new kernel however.
Add ndiswrapper to the list of kernel modules to load at boot time: I’m unsure whether this will work on unaltered systems, I rarely use my ethernet interface so I have it set up to not load automatically, but to load the modules it needs ‘b44’ and the nasty 41e4 when I bring it up, and to unload them when I take it down.
I think Wicd can do wired connections for you, but I’m not certain. You should also be able to use the restricted drivers manager to do all of this for you, with one click.
No such file or directory Also my wired internet stopped working. I personally prefer wicd, but it’s basically a matter of preference. Again I think some logic 14d4 going to have to be employed for a solution. I believe this post related to my problem, but I may be wrong.
I would have been clueless otherwise We have tried to accurately represent what we did to install XP on our F laptop, and we can only state it works for us and we’re quite satisfied with the results. I am pretty sure i followed your guide right but i the wifi light does not come on nor is there any indication if the wifi bars at the top of the scree.
After reboot wired broadcomm card stopped working. Although I think I’ll need to verify 44311 what stage b44 gets loaded if it’s not blacklisted to see whether ndiswrapper is called prior.
I’ll have to see if I can find the “hardware drivers”. If you’ve been playing around with alternative methods there’s a good chance you won’t be able to get this to work until you reverse any previous changes you may have made.
As a word of warning, I don’t think WifiRadar can handle wired connections, so if you remove it, you’ll have to command line for those. Cleaned up the introduction a bit. Are there spaces where it looks like spaces?
If you are not running Hardy, then this How-To will not work. Lets take a look at what happens when you try and load the modules. Thanks for your help. I’m currently using wicd which I find works quite well. Ok, after you boot up, can you give me the output of these: Thanks for any help.
Maybe that corrected the problem. In the latter case the central directory and zipfile comment will be found on the last disk s of this archive. If you have can’t get internet access on your laptop, get the package here: