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I’m afraid that doesn’t tell us what the wireless network hardware is. Please note that However, it will not connect to my wireless network.
Post as a guest Name. After this I’ve found that, under Linux, bluetooth was not working: Activation wlan0 Stage 1 of 5 Device Prepare complete.
Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Email me about changes to this bug report. Activation wlan0 Stage 2 of 5 Device Configure scheduled I don’t know where is the commit hash, but in btusb. We are not alone: You need to log in to change this bug’s status.
cannot get wireless/BT to work on ECS LIVA-MINI
Thanks for the pointer, that was helpful. Fixed on Kernel 4.
Thanks to azufewave for getting to the bottom of it! Initializing daemon Jan 19 If it’s a built-in or PCI network card, please paste in the output of lspci.
ON my Ubuntu What’s the commit hash for the fix in the upstream kernel?
If it’s a laptop, tell us its make and model too please. Activation wlan0 Stage 1 of 5 Device Prepare started Here is a similar bug, but for a different Broadcom device: Email Required, but never shown. Randy Kupel 98 1 1 Changed in bluez Ubuntu: The problem occurs also after ubunth suspend to disk hibernate, S4 and boot into fedora. Comment on this change optional.
– Wireless will not connect with an AzureWave chipset – Ask Ubuntu
Broadcom Corporation BCM Status changed to ‘Confirmed’ because the bug affects multiple users. If it’s a USB dongle, then paste in the output of lsusb. Association request to the azureqave failed Jan 19 Wireless will not connect with an AzureWave chipset Ask Question. Wireless interface physical id: The commit hash I was looking for is a86c02ea38c53b6 bf9e2e 18d73eb4e8 “Bluetooth: Consolidate Broadcom based device entries” did some refactoring.
Activation wlan0 Stage 2 of 5 Device Configure starting The description in 5 is not a fix, but rather a hack, which will have to be repeated for every kernel update.