In this case, we’re interested in the device’s remove file, and its parent’s rescan file. This bug affects 5 people. Then remove the device from the bus. The message is “File not Found”. Start with a driver already loaded, so you can look up your device by its network interface name:. Ubuntu Forums Code of Conduct. I have been getting intermittent failures and I have had to reboot my computer to get wireless to work again.
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Note that I’ve only tried this once on my own machine which doesn’t have a Broadcom card. Something seems wrong with the wl module.
Broadcom wireless work only on time to time under openSUSE
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. Bug is still present in Then I can either modprobe wl broadcom STA, works well or modprobe b43 highly unstable on my B rev If you look in that dir, you’ll find a bunch of files that can be used to tweak the PCI bus.
In the terminal below is: When I create hlacklist blacklist file with the following, it doesn’t do anything upon restart. Blacllist managed to restart the driver for my wireless card following these instructions.
The state that’s being changed is probably in xsb network adapter itself. Any thoughts on how I might be able to “recover” from loading b43 without rebooting?
Bug # “blacklist ssb doesn’t work” : Bugs : linux package : Ubuntu
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UDisks2′ Apr 6 Still present in Start with a driver already loaded, so you can look up your device by its network interface name:. I have even removed ssb.
If you could power-cycle the adapter itself, that would probably clear the state even if you didn’t power-cycle the whole computer. I don’t see any 43 variations.
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In my opinion its importance is high and it should be fixed for Intrepid final release as maximum. To post a comment you must log in. Email Required, but never shown.