Also attempted to get update from Cisco however their site has restricted access even once registered. In addition there is a slightly dated ‘mpi’ driver available from Cisco after jumping through a bunch of hoops, such as providing Cisco with your personal information. Adam Buchbinder adam-buchbinder wrote on Nov 10, Posts: Lance Albertson lance-osuosl wrote on
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Cisco firmware version 5.
Cisco Aironet Wireless b – ThinkWiki
I haven’t seen this bug on any of the vanilla kernel versions I’ve tested. You are not directly subscribed to this bug’s notifications. Also attempted to get update from Cisco however their site has restricted access even once registered.
To post a comment you must log in. Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del. Lance Albertson lance-osuosl wrote on Andrew Melo andrew-melo wrote on Frull frull-ozon wrote on I wonder if the ubuntu image will be correct for this hardware I can totally confirm this behavior for a cisco aironet mp in my thinkpad X I had to use a program called no to flick a bios setting which disables this check.
Posting from my new IBM Thinkpad X31! (pics!)
Nominated for Hardy by Adam Buchbinder. My wireless card worked with Llinux but as with everyone else, didn’t work with Hardy until I used the blacklist solution.
I can confirm this on my Thinkpad X Now booting up using either one doesn’t solve the problem. Oct 24, Posts: Deleting the entire file and uninstalling the driver allowed for a clean install which ultimately worked.
Computool computool wrote on Message 8 of 8. The time now is The “lsmod” shows the driver is loaded.
Comment on this change optional. On 22 Feb3: There is a sourceforge project page for this driver, but it seems to have been abandoned. Sat May 15, 5: Sun May 16, Awesome, thanks for the help everyone! Where can I find that Phillips card?
Bug # “wpa doesn’t work on x31 thinkpad in ” : Bugs : Ubuntu
I tried to install wireless driver on my Ubuntu 8. I had failed to google a solution that worked or made any senseuntil I stumbled upon the AES edit to the modules.
Any help is highly appreciated. The current Cisco driver version is 2. I didn’t see anywhere online to buy them, though Alpha5 is set to be released Thursday Sept 4.
When I try to connect to wirrless a wpa network either mine, or any of my neighbors I see a dialog that says:.