For example, if I: My dell laptop has broadcom wifi,and ethernet so I install bfirmware and use b43,b44,and ssb. After blacklisting and rebooting, if you do: Also, I may add, ‘wl’ works fine for me in Slitaz 4. Please update the link. I did not change anything else.
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UDisks2 on the system message bus Apr 6 My dell laptop has broadcom wifi,and ethernet so I install bfirmware and use b43,b44,and ssb. I did modprobe -r b43 and modprobe -r ssb beforehand.
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Nominated for Intrepid by Pablo Castellano. I’m going to assume we’re talking about a PCI card that’s buried somewhere inside the computer or maybe part of the motherboard.
Email me about changes to this bug report. It always works in other distros using the WL module.
Broadcom wireless work only on time to time under openSUSE
See full activity log. In other terminal root slitaz: I have been getting intermittent failures and I have had to reboot my computer to get wireless to work again.
I managed to restart the driver for my wireless card following these instructions. Originally Posted by caljohnsmith.
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RSS feed for this topic. I doubt it will if you’re careful, but I’m not familiar enough to place bets on it. Other bug subscribers Subscribe someone else. Add tags Tag help. Onno Steenbergen osteenbergen wrote on Sign up or log in Sign up using Google.
Kernel team bugs 5. Sorry my english, i’m from Brazil. Bug is still present in Just to be sure, did you put these on separate lines like so? UDisks2′ using servicehelper Apr 6 David nqk wrote on I uninstalled broadcom-wl I installed b43 firmware attached to this thread.
Wireless adapters especially tend to be complex programmable computers in and of themselves, and it’s likely that b43 is leaving the adapter in a state where it doesn’t know how to talk to wl. I only have backlist reference to wl in lsmod Module Size Used by wl 0.
It appears to work so far. I suspect there is a hardware problem as it is often when I move my laptop that the wireless drops. Beyond that, you’d need deep understanding of how these drivers sxb to say what exactly is going on. Phillip Susi blacklis wrote on When I create a blacklist file with the following, it doesn’t do anything upon restart. When I reboot my Ethernet Driver B44 keeps loading Blacklist ssb for load ndiswrapper don’t work.
It’s impossible to blacklist ssb.