I really want to go on the internet with my OS Lindows. We were wondering if this is still an issue? Added usleep at line in wpa. Is this likely to work for my device too? Christof, Thank you for your suggestion and recipe. Thanks TexMex That did the trick. The proposed patch seems to fix also problems with Broadcom bcm rev 2 not associating to AP.

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Also tried with Network Manager and Wicd but same symptoms and problem. Although two times toward the end of the installation process a popup window asked me to make a decision about some sort of file lihux.

This seems to work great. I’m havin the same problem: There were no driver issues on the Latitude however it looks like linu may be with the WGv2 install.

Getting Netgear WG511 802.11b/g wireless card to work in Linux

The Ubuntu Kernel Team is planning to move to the 2. Ubuntu does not seem to recognise it it works fine with windows and Puppy The command Code:.


Finnally I found the key! Margit on Join Now Log In Help. All forum topics Previous Topic Next Topic. You can download from here: I don’t know why this works, but it does for me. Does anybody know why everything stopped after choosing WEP?

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Christof, Thank you for your suggestion and recipe. So they load when the wireless interface starts.

At least I think it is working right. Step 1 was to plug my Thinkpad into a wired port. I have tried the following ‘resets’, to no avail: I can confirm this problem for rtl card.

Smart Driver Polis drivers cannot be smart, you can. Chri christophe-pedretti-free wrote on I had a Mandrake 2.

Also, could you please test the latest upstream kernel available following https: So I searched in the source. On Tue, Aug 12, at 1: I installed rtlL drivers patched by Will from: Bus Device Wf511 me about changes to this bug report. Someone on a Google-group found out a solution, which works for me.


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Tweaking the driver with Ndiswrapper looks like another good Ubuntu learning opportunity. Hello, Any light at the end of the tunnel so that we get back on using Network Manager? Farfouille farfpub wrote on Any help liinux greatly appreciated. Per a decision made by the Ubuntu Kernel Team, bugs will longer be assigned to the ubuntu-kernel-team in Launchpad as part of the bug triage process.