Latitude C and was recognized by Ubuntu 7. I don’t know if the “Fix X. But trying to connect doesn’t work. No such file or directory root Laptop: I’m sure I have v1. By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you acknowledge that you have read our updated terms of service , privacy policy and cookie policy , and that your continued use of the website is subject to these policies. PCI interrupt for device

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Email Required, but never shown. This change has been 2200b by an automated script, maintained by the Ubuntu Kernel Team. This is also available in the nonfree-firmware tarball which is built regularly on cdimage.

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Intel PRO/Wireless 2100, 2200 and 2915 devices

Installation via Debian Installer Both drivers are included for use by the Debian installation program Debian Installer and are also within the installed kernel image. Find More Posts by irishbitte View Blog.


I did 2 things but am not sure if both are necessary. View LQ Infelr Contributions. This is after an install of intrepid alpha 4, and upgrade to the latest packages.

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You are currently viewing LQ as a guest. I have exactly the same problem with the same wifi card I am impressed How do you uncompile and compile driver support in the kernel?

Maybe under different OS? Non-free firmware is required for both drivers, which can be provided by installing the firmware-ipw2x00 package. I gave up the hope finding the solution, except for this workaround. BTW, you do not need aceracpiyour kernel should have acer-wmi which is the in-kernel successor of aceracpi.

That is a different bug, unrelated to this bug. What kernel are you using? See full activity log. Having a problem logging in? If you can connect to any networks, then your firmware has loaded correctly. Debian 8 “Jessie” deb http: As you can see, it is for kernel image linux-image I’ve downloaded all the various firmwares, but am a unsure of which version I need, and b actually how to get the firmware recognised. Thanks for that, still no joy though. This is slightly older than yours. I now have 2 wireless network managers and wireless works.


Changed in linux Ubuntu: Intel Corporation physical id: Your answer helped me to focus on ipw so, I’m accepting it. Brad Figg brad-figg wrote on You will have to download, extract and provide the firmware, as explained in section 6.

WiFi prolem with Intel Corporation PRO/Wireless BG Network Connection (rev 05)

I have 2 network managers. Want to know if that peripheral is compatible with Linux? Have you installed rfkill and checked the current status of the switch?

As a side note, from what I read in your log: I think you have to install something and not that?.