bcm43xx_mac80211: will it ever work?
jlagrue at gmail.com
Wed Jun 27 21:20:37 UTC 2007
I boot up, and the wireless is not turned on. So I shut down completely and
turn the laptop on again; thereafter the wireless is turned on.
I have no idea why or how.
On 27/06/07, Konstantin Svist <fry.kun at gmail.com> wrote:
> what do you mean, boot up twice?
> John Lagrue wrote:
> > I just gave up and went back to ndiswrapper. After that it almost works
> > - though I have to boot up twice each day to turn it on!
> > JDL
> > On 27/06/07, *Oscar A. Valdez * <oscar.valdez at duraflex.com.sv
> > <mailto:oscar.valdez at duraflex.com.sv>> wrote:
> > These are the reports on the issue at bugzilla.redhat.com
> > <http://bugzilla.redhat.com>:
> > 242338 bcm43xx: can't associate
> > 242585 BCM43xx Cards read as ethernet adaptors not wireless
> > 243097 Broadcom bcm43xxx driver doesn't work with WPA
> > 243487 wireless not working in F-7 (bcm43xx_mac80211, 4311 chipset)
> > 243585 knetworkmanager hangs at 28% using bcm43xx driver
> > 244529 bcm43xx wireless not functional
> > 245084 bcm43xx doesn't work
> > Has anyone made the bcm43xx chips work with the mac80211 driver,
> > instead
> > of the softmac driver?
> > ---
> > Oscar A. Valdez
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