I tried the kernel from here: Plug and play worked like magic. Thank you for this information but we really need more information about your adapters to be able to help you. The kernel version I booted was this one: I can remember that these problems appeared maybe a year back and more, but got reliably fixed 3.
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networking – Wireless not working when using UBUNTU on DELL Precision M – Ask Ubuntu
Do you see the same output for lspci for both types of cards? Anybody share the same problem? While left click does not work, right click and keyboard do. Introduction to Linux – A Hands on Guide This guide was created as an overview of the Linux Operating System, geared toward new users as an exploration tour and getting started guide, with exercises at the end of each chapter.
Just got a Precision M today provided by work.
If you are using an xD card, could you use an SD? Perhaps I have a bad mouse?
Dell Precision M6300
Find More Posts by beachboy2. Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del. I can get the card reader to work if I reboot the laptop with an SD card already in the reader. Also, could you please test the latest upstream kernel available not the daily folder, but the one at the top following https: In Gentoo it was simply enough to emerge it.
May 14th, 2. None of these machines are actually supported by the manufacturers for Linux. It’s working well so far, but I’m having some issues with the port replicator PR01X.
The kernal version is: The command, lspci, lists the SD card reader as follows: Please see this document for currently supported Ubuntu releases: So, I have determined that this is a 64 bit problem only. All times are GMT Thank you for your understanding.
The wireless light doesn’t appear when using wireless. It’s working fine again.
Visit the following links: This bug affects 12 people. No sound after kubuntu upgrade from 8.
SD slot not working. Changed in linux Ubuntu: Everything worked great including the SD card reader on both 8.
Linux on Dell Laptops & Notebooks
My SD card now appears to work immediately after booting, however, it then will stop working at some point thereafter. FWIW, I’m an OS developer in my real life; don’t generally do coding in my off time, but I’m going to take a look at this over my Christmas holidays and see if I can sort out what the problem is.
Once you’ve tested the upstream kernel, please comment on which kernel version specifically you tested. Originally Posted by ardvark Helpful bug reporting tips: Congratulations, you have Broadcom wifi!
Plug and play worked like magic.