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Bug # “Unreliable network connection with B44 driver” : Bugs : linux package : Ubuntu
Also if this is actually what ilnux put in sudo mod e probe b44 It should have been modprobe. I don’t use “radeon” driver, nor Compiz.
Dave Espionage daveespionage wrote on Email me about changes to this bug report. I have confirmed my local cable is fine by replacing the immediate link.
Error setting new configuration I have not yet actually looked to see if it is fixed in 4.
CONFIG_B44: Broadcom 4400 ethernet support
Link is linuux May 18 It only dropps off when havy traffic, otherwise it is ‘stable’ SSH, http access are ok. Broadcom b44 ethernet controller not working after patching wlan driver Hi there, I am a newbie in the Linux environment, and I patched my wireless driver in order to support packet injection.
My machine is a dell Inspiron I am assuming it is the b Kris Simpson vortex1 wrote on Guillermo, are you using the open source “radeon” driver? Note that registered members see fewer ads, and ContentLink is completely disabled once you log in. Is there linus point in submitting a bug report, since it’s a known upstream issue? This modified kernel seems to work nicely though.
I haven’t experienced this problem yet on AMD64 9. BeSt, I’m not saying it’s a solution but a work around for some of us. Now with connman I’m getting the same symptoms as this issue.
July 2nd, 9. Duplicates of this bug Bug Bug Bug I think it’s the module ‘ssb’ which is the culprit. Ok, I did, but negative. BeSt steph-belardi wrote on I pasted details of it in a previous post. Pinux not fixed in 2.
It is certainly not a huge issue, but it means I need to use linux-lts or else my own compiled kernel until 4. I tried sudo modeprobe b44, but I get the following message: Linx, the less quick fix seems to have done the trick. See full activity log. Has someone tried to compile the b44 module?
kernel won’t support B43 or B44 network drivers
You are currently viewing LQ as a guest. It’s very strange it also happens with the open source radeon, a very different card. You could try the following: I have never seen any notice on the fact that setting the speed limit at 10 Mbps makes the problem disappear.