Brad Figg brad-figg wrote on Booting from CD and the network was fine. I’m new to Ubuntu so this took me 2 days straight and a re-install of the entire operating system in order to partially solve the issue. Ubuntu Forums Code of Conduct. February 14th, 4. Broadcom BCMB0 driver breaks in latest update.
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Status changed to Confirmed 2. February 21st, 14s4 Marco Graziotti graziottimarco wrote on February 14th, 8.
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Tom Masterson kd7cyu on I thought I’d post my findings if anyone else has the same problem I saw many threads with people having similar problems My hardware: Tom Masterson kd7cyu wrote on Note In case bcmwl-kernel-source is upgraded, this procedure probably should be done again.
This may or may not be a kernel bug but it was my best bet on a package. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Booting from CD and the 14w4 was fine. Post as a guest Name.
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Please test the latest v3. All changes to this file will be lost. Brad Figg brad-figg wrote on We found that the problem is caused about a file called “blacklist- bcm Broadcom bcmb0 network card no longrer 170v.
Original install was last October. Comment on this change optional. Joseph Salisbury jsalisbury wrote on I updated Ubuntu to I do need to see if I have found all the places it was blacklist by bcmwl which is removed for the mainline kernel. It appears though I have been unable to confirm this, that the bcmlw update blacklisted all broadcom drivers.
The time now is In a forum where I partecipate we solved the problem. Email me about changes to this bug report. I solved moving this file to Desktop and after a reboot the network card works fine.
This change was made by a bot. Even the older kernels that sorked before do 14ee4 work nor does the mainline. This is the cause of the issue.
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Sign up using Facebook. I’m new to Ubuntu so 170d took me 2 days straight and a re-install of the entire operating system in order to partially solve the issue. This file is autogenerated by bcmwl.