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No such device Killing all daemons killall: When I create a blacklist file with the following, it doesn’t do anything upon restart. Johan Engelen johanengelen wrote on It’s impossible to blacklist ssb. First remove the driver; otherwise its device will disappear from under it. I managed to restart the driver for my wireless card following these instructions.

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Blacklist B43, B44, ssb doesn’t stick, Can I uninstall B43 module permanently? « SliTaz Forum

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. I have been getting intermittent failures and I have had to reboot my computer to get wireless to work again. First remove the driver; otherwise its device will disappear from under it.


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Originally Posted by caljohnsmith. Something seems wrong with the blacjlist module. The SliTaz Forum is the place where you can get support, ask any questions about SliTaz, make requests, help others and get involved in a community group.

Kernel team bugs 5. The time now is The message is “File not Found”.

Phillip Susi psusi wrote on Stopping all interfaces ifconfig: I used “modprobe wl” in the terminal and nothing changed in the lsmod listing. Now my wired ethernet does not work.

PolicyKit1′ using servicehelper Apr 6 This could potentially crash your system or do other bad things. Pablo Castellano pablocastellano wrote on August 24th, 4.

Originally Nlacklist by fobos3. August 24th, 3. Changed in linux Ubuntu: So I did Code:.

Broadcom wireless work only on time to time under openSUSE

The principles are the same, but your results may vary. All the way back to Debian 5, B43 didn’t work on this computer.


Still present in This bug is also present in Hardy, at least when using hardy-backports. Email Required, but never shown.

My dell laptop has broadcom wifi,and ethernet so I install bfirmware and use b43,b44,and ssb. No such device Connecting to home-p Any thoughts on how I might be able to “recover” from loading b43 vlacklist rebooting? Jarl jarl-dk wrote on If wired is working, wireless is down. This problem is still present in