You might also have to blacklist the b43 and ssb driver to get the wl STA driver to work. Martin Pitt pitti wrote on Couldn’t find package bcwml-kernel-source Possible duplicate of: I have repeated the process. You should be good to go.
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An assistance is greatly appreciated. Changed in jockey Ubuntu Karmic: You are not directly subscribed to this bug’s notifications. I just upgraded to the STA driver. I think this was fixed after RC release, so You have to upgrade first.
BTW, just for my own purposes, before my wireless card was labeled wlan0, now its eth2. Changed in jockey Ubuntu: Thank you Pham Thanh your solution is the one. This is simply a script to extract and install the b43 driver firmware, maintained by the Ubuntu community.
AGreen BHM agreenbhm wrote on Then, when i uninstall the ndiswrapper and try to use the stz sta, it simply doesnt work well. Alaric jroose wrote on If you have a different problem, please report a new bug!
The driver doesnt start up initialized, and i have to start it manually everytime i start the system. Marcos Roriz marcosrorizinf wrote on Installing Windows drivers with NdisWrapper. I also had problems getting the wireless driver to load correctly on a fresh install of 9.
The GUI still shows that the driver is not active? This bug is not nearly important enough to be SRUed, it’s a corner case.
I did have b34 wired network connection when I tried it. I enabled STA, it got installed bcmwl- kernel- sourceand jockey told me that the computer needs to be restarted which is probably not true, it should work right away. I can using WPA2 to build connection with my dd-wrt router but it never success with my Asus router.
If this can’t be corrected, then it is a show stopper for my installing Sya 9. To summarize, I had to re-install the STA driver, type the command as follows: I then opened Jockey again and selected the b43 driver I didn’t reboot. It downloads and activates.
It started to take ages to connect, and failing authentication i use WPA. Steve Beattie sbeattie on Pham Thanh Nam alophone wrote on Ketil Malde ketil-ii wrote on stq When I loaded the STA attempted to load, I noticed that the netman indicator activated and loaded the network.
en/users/Drivers/b43 – Linux Wireless
RaLink RT Wireless I just upgraded my kernel. Partners Support Community Ubuntu. However, it didn’t last beyond reboot.