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    Automate WiFi startup

    I'm running 12.10 on a MacBook Pro. When I upgraded to 12.10, I got into the condition where I have to run "sudo modprobe b443", AFTER logging in, in order to have WiFi. What do I have to do to automate that in such a way that the automation will stick after another upgrade?

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    Re: Automate WiFi startup

    In the classic words of Gilda Radner: "Never Mind". This is apparently fixed in 13.04. And let me take a moment to thank everyone who has contributed to making Ubuntu installations so seamless. Life is good.

    I'd mark this thread "Solved" if I could just find the "Solved" button.
    Last edited by daryllee; May 14th, 2013 at 08:35 PM.

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