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    Poll: Re: How to: Broadcom Wireless cards

    In all honesty, Fedora is nice, but as for your ubuntu problem:

    The only thing I have any chance of reccomending to you for now is Dapper, but that has problems with it too (losing the AP mac...
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    Poll: Re: How to: Broadcom Wireless cards

    Hmm... Can't help you there, don't use edgy myself (then again, im a Fedora user now).

    May I suggest you check dmesg for any errors, and let us know whats in ifconfig and iwconfig (no switches).
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    Poll: Re: How to: Broadcom Wireless cards

    It depends... Do you mean 4306?

    Never heard of a 4603, but that probably wouldnt be supported anyway. The 4306 is the most supported one at the moment.

    Nickm: If your still alive (which I...
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    Re: HOWTO: Send and Receive Hotmail through Evolution

    Wait for a public beta
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    Re: HOWTO: Send and Receive Hotmail through Evolution

    Brill guide. It worked great.

    If you have a newer account like me the way to get it going is to get into the Windows Live Mail Desktop beta as that enables WebDAV to get Delta Sync working.
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    Re: Installing Warsow, Tremulous

    Whoops! I was going to but i forgot. Sorry!
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    Re: Installing Warsow, Tremulous

    May I introduce you to my good friend, the console. You need to install it from a terminal.
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    Re: HowTo: Windows (XP) on Ubuntu with VMWare Server

    I need some help getting the sound set up. I enable a sound card and when I start up the guest I get this error (on the host, but the emulation carries on minus sound): Failed to open /dev/dsp....
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    Poll: Re: How to: Broadcom Wireless cards

    Is it a nx9110? That is supported but 9010 is not on the list. Please try again once Ubuntu has updated their kernels.
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    Poll: Re: 4318 Working

    For me ndiswrapper segfaults. Oh well...
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    Poll: Re: How to: Broadcom Wireless cards

    They are them. Thanks to the bcm team!
    downloading vista public beta
  12. Re: Both official and dapper nvidia drivers do not work!

    I did launchpad a bug on this
    https://launchpad.net/distros/ubuntu/+source/linux-restricted-modules-2.6.15/+bug/48077
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    Poll: Re: How to: Broadcom Wireless cards

    The module depends on PCI && IEEE80211 && IEEE80211_SOFTMAC && NET_RADIO && EXPERIMENTAL

    Use \ to find it in menuconfig. When done the bcm option will magically appear.:KS
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    Poll: Re: How to: Broadcom Wireless cards

    If I believe correctly it is installed by default. Not compiling a kernel ever I dont 100% know but oh well. Ill hunt around bcm-users later when everybody is awake! (6:30 here!)

    There is a guide...
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    Poll: Re: How to: Broadcom Wireless cards

    It works fine for me in /lib/firmware. The problem with sticking it in a kernel dir is that you have to reinstall it every time the kernel is updated. Thanks for adding the wl_apsta.o. It will come...
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    Poll: Re: How to: Broadcom Wireless cards

    it would be uname -r i think but you dont need to put it in a specific folder on /lib/firmware. just dump it in /lib/firmware.
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    Poll: Re: How to: Broadcom Wireless cards

    For the benefit of people without internet connections on wired I have made a floppy image containing the core essencials needed to get connected to the internet plus an ODT of the guide (plus a...
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    Poll: Re: How to: Broadcom Wireless cards

    According to the developers of the bcm43xx module they say this is the most up to date driver avaliable. They also they when Ubuntu upgrade to a 2.6.17+ kernel you should use this driver as it will...
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    Poll: Re: How to: Broadcom Wireless cards

    You want to turn off bcm and use ndiswrapper? Simpy edit /etc/modprobe.d/interfaces and add blacklist bcm43xx and reboot your computer.
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    Poll: Re: How to: Broadcom Wireless cards

    It should as long as the bcm driver is not blacklisted. As soon as you boot up type dmesg. Do you see anything related to the bcm driver? It should say something similar to this:
    [4294686.432000]...
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    Poll: Re: How to: Broadcom Wireless cards

    Can I please tell everybody this message from the people at #bcm-users:

    When Ubuntu upgrade to a new kernel (and thus a new version of the bcm module) you MUST NOT use the driver supplied on this...
  22. Re: HOWTO: Set up the nvidia-glx package correctly

    The kernel module for the nvidia driver is stored in linux-restricted-modules package so sadly you can not use the nvidia-glx package. Use the run installer.

    Quick install instructions:

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  23. Install Latest Official Java into Konqueror without firefox.

    This will install the latest version of java for use with konqueror without the need for Firefox. The latest version at the time of wriiting is

    JAVA 1.5.0_07 (Update 7)

    Instructions:

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    Poll: Re: How to: Broadcom Wireless cards

    Nice guide. It wont work for people without a internet connection though and there is a bug in some cards that requires a extra command. Mine is one (Belkin F5D7000). Here are some ajustments:

    1:...
  25. Re: HOWTO: Set up the nvidia-glx package correctly

    Since the majority of people would use the nvidia-glx-config script and dont know about nvidia-xconfig it would be more helpful for them to use that one.
    If the nvidia run package uses xconfig then...
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