This is on a Fujitsu Siemens so that might be why the acer wmi fix. Ubuntu QA Website ubuntuqa on Tommy Trussell tommy-trussell wrote on I have to enable the dhcpd on the router an open crackers a door more?! The kernel is already available in the proposed archive.
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August 17th, 3. After a deinstallation of it and a reboot limux my wlan with static configuration perfect. Just to keep this thread updated in case anyone else is having the same problem – I think I may finally have a working wireless connection after many months of trying!
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Atheros 802.11a/bg PCI/PCI-E devices (ath5k)
Am I understanding correctly that when you unblock both 0 and 1 it works temporarily, but a short time later it stops working again and displays a soft block on the hp-wifi device? Tommy Trussell tommy-trussell wrote on I have tried this from this mornings ISO 2. If you’d like to help with the ongoing work to diagnose that bug that would be very helpful. Duplicates of this bug Bug Did you disable NetworkManager from running on start?
en/users/Drivers/ath5k – Linux Wireless
Dave — can you see if the work around in comment 6 works for you as well please. This is on a Fujitsu Siemens so that might be why the acer wmi fix. Tiago Sousa tiagoboldt wrote on I saw in the acer-wmi code something about an email light and I gather the email button should illuminate, but it and the other special buttons aren’t listed here, either. I tried before installing the ubuntu Seth No joy is there a way I can manually over ride it and see if that is the issue?
This will be fixed in the first natty kernel update, which will be released fairly soon. You’re wanting modprobe, i. Hi Dave, Just curious if you have tested with a more recent Natty kernel eg. It did not work.
However the button still isn’t running. Finally, provide the output of dmesg after pressing the wifi hotkey at least once.
If you interested in pursuing the wlan key and any other nonfunctional hotkeys further we should probably do so on a new ticket. I can see all the wireless networks in my area and the signal strength is good but it keeps asking me again and again for my passkey even though I am definitely entering it correctly.
I’m thinking this may be related to NetworkManager, and will work through https: Jean-Baptiste Lallement jibel on If it doesn’t we can be sure that this patch really is what fixed your problem and not some other update in the interim.
But now that i see this, it may have been random change that it worked. Awesome article that really helped me.
You can now connect to the interface, enter: They hope these examples will help you to get a better understanding of the Linux system and that you feel encouraged to try out things on your own. Join Date Jan Beans 2.