Kernel team bugs Email me about changes to this bug report. Thanks to Andy Whitcroft for taking care of this bug. I’ve just booted the 9. On Gutsy, I’ve tried to build the driver from the at76ca-source package version 0.
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See full activity log. Update of at76 driver to 0.
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I can see that the old ubuntu version is out and the staging 0. Ok I have disabled the Ubuntu version of this driver and enabled the staging version.
Kernels at the url below: Ubuntu Kernel Network Team Edit. I was actually a bit lazy and just noticed that I could copy the compiled. I’ve attached the modified at76ca-source at67 with version 0. Have the same problem. Comment on this change optional.
atusb dfsg-1 MIGRATED to testing
Thanks to Andy Whitcroft for taking care of this bug. Andy Whitcroft apw wrote on USB disconnect, address 3 [ Cleber Santz clebersantz wrote on Machine randomly freezes with caps lock and scroll lock flashing when the device is plugged in.
The system boots, but the at76 module reports a firmware download error. I have had crashes in att76 past, when I had 3 or 4 devede-programs creating simultaniously a dvd, but i don’t think this had anything to do with the atchipset.
I noticed the version of Ubuntu your using is in End of Life status. Note that upstream have also made the same trivial fix – 2.
But this version is not supporting WAP yet. You need to log in to change this bug’s status.
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AnAlach, how did you install version 0. More information may be found at: Ubuntu Kernel Network Team ubuntu-kernel-network. I notice something is wrong when the system halts for a 1 second As a result, the kernel team would appreciate it if you could please test this newer 2.
If we just stuck with whats in upstream for 2. Now I’m running version 0. I have tried Intrepid Ibex with kernel 2.
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Forgot to mention that my adapter is a Linksys wusb11 ver 2. Andy Whitcroft apw on NickeM nicklas-marcusson wrote xebian Did that and it worked fine.
Thank you for taking the time to report this bug and helping to make Ubuntu better. I’ve checked I’ve got the latest firmware file installed, but still debiann joy.