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Old 10-03-2008, 12:35 PM
William Atwell
 
Default FW: Similar wireless issue

Ryan,
Everything worked fine in the live CD/USB session. The problem was not evident until I installed and applied the 'error 15' fix.

I ended up having to manually configure my wireless lan's SSID and password. After that, all other available networks were visible from the desktop barwireless lan manager.

http://screencast.com/t/yXbGgGUX4g9

I hope this helps.


Date: Fri, 3 Oct 2008 11:14:12 +0100
From: ryan@iomain.com
To: bill.atwell@live.com
CC: ubuntu-mobile@lists.ubuntu.com
Subject: Re: Similar wireless issue









Just a question, were you able to connect when you booted from the
image?* I was fine but when I installed to the HD it wouldn't work.*
Just wondering if it is tied to the installation to fix the error 15
issue.



Ryan.



William Atwell wrote:


Hi guys,

First thing, you have really done an excellent job with UBUNTU mobile.
Being a relative Linux newbie, I was still able to take the image, make
a USB drive, boot, install and apply the Kernel upgrade required to fix
the 'error 15' issue. That being said, I am having an issue now with my
wifi not working. I also had another issue with the ACPI (Upper right
hand cornet) saying it could not connect. I believe the ACPI issue is
fixed after reinstalling the 'error 15' kernel.



I have a brand new Lenovo S10 and there isn't a whole lot of info on
Google about the chipset to reference. I was wondering if you guys
could point me in the right direction to get the wifi working again?



And input, from any of you Linux experienced guys is appreciated. If
CLI is needed, fine. Just need good directions.



Thanks again for all your efforts. Looking forward to the next build.



Bill






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Old 10-03-2008, 05:21 PM
Ryan Gallagher
 
Default FW: Similar wireless issue

I tried this, unfortunately both of my connections are open and do not
require a password-not sure if this makes a difference.* I did add them
though and nothing works still.* I will be back in London on Sunday
where my connections are WEP encrypted and I can try them there.*
Thanks for the help!



Ryan.



William Atwell wrote:





Ryan,

Everything worked fine in the live CD/USB session. The problem was not
evident until I installed and applied the 'error 15' fix.



I ended up having to manually configure my wireless lan's SSID and
password. After that, all other available networks were visible from
the desktop barwireless lan manager.



http://screencast.com/t/yXbGgGUX4g9



I hope this helps.





Date: Fri, 3 Oct 2008 11:14:12 +0100

From: ryan@iomain.com

To: bill.atwell@live.com

CC: ubuntu-mobile@lists.ubuntu.com

Subject: Re: Similar wireless issue





Just a question, were you able to connect when you booted from the
image?* I was fine but when I installed to the HD it wouldn't work.*
Just wondering if it is tied to the installation to fix the error 15
issue.



Ryan.



William Atwell wrote:


Hi guys,

First thing, you have really done an excellent job with UBUNTU mobile.
Being a relative Linux newbie, I was still able to take the image, make
a USB drive, boot, install and apply the Kernel upgrade required to fix
the 'error 15' issue. That being said, I am having an issue now with my
wifi not working. I also had another issue with the ACPI (Upper right
hand cornet) saying it could not connect. I believe the ACPI issue is
fixed after reinstalling the 'error 15' kernel.



I have a brand new Lenovo S10 and there isn't a whole lot of info on
Google about the chipset to reference. I was wondering if you guys
could point me in the right direction to get the wifi working again?



And input, from any of you Linux experienced guys is appreciated. If
CLI is needed, fine. Just need good directions.



Thanks again for all your efforts. Looking forward to the next build.



Bill






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Ubuntu-mobile@lists.ubuntu.com
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Old 10-07-2008, 10:59 AM
Ryan Gallagher
 
Default FW: Similar wireless issue

Ok I have tried this now with my network connections which are locked
and I do not get any networks visible (windows sees about 10 as does my
M200 running Ubuntu desktop).* If I run iwlist scan I get 'wlan0 No
scan results'.*



Is there any way I can uninstall the card and reinstall it?* Something
is obviously broken in a big way and the machine is not much use to me
unless I can connect to the network wirelessly.* Any ideas?



Thanks,

Ryan.





Ryan Gallagher wrote:


I tried this, unfortunately both of my connections are open and do not
require a password-not sure if this makes a difference.* I did add them
though and nothing works still.* I will be back in London on Sunday
where my connections are WEP encrypted and I can try them there.*
Thanks for the help!



Ryan.



William Atwell wrote:





Ryan,

Everything worked fine in the live CD/USB session. The problem was not
evident until I installed and applied the 'error 15' fix.



I ended up having to manually configure my wireless lan's SSID and
password. After that, all other available networks were visible from
the desktop barwireless lan manager.



http://screencast.com/t/yXbGgGUX4g9



I hope this helps.





Date: Fri, 3 Oct 2008 11:14:12 +0100

From: ryan@iomain.com

To: bill.atwell@live.com

CC: ubuntu-mobile@lists.ubuntu.com

Subject: Re: Similar wireless issue





Just a question, were you able to connect when you booted from the
image?* I was fine but when I installed to the HD it wouldn't work.*
Just wondering if it is tied to the installation to fix the error 15
issue.



Ryan.



William Atwell wrote:


Hi guys,

First thing, you have really done an excellent job with UBUNTU mobile.
Being a relative Linux newbie, I was still able to take the image, make
a USB drive, boot, install and apply the Kernel upgrade required to fix
the 'error 15' issue. That being said, I am having an issue now with my
wifi not working. I also had another issue with the ACPI (Upper right
hand cornet) saying it could not connect. I believe the ACPI issue is
fixed after reinstalling the 'error 15' kernel.



I have a brand new Lenovo S10 and there isn't a whole lot of info on
Google about the chipset to reference. I was wondering if you guys
could point me in the right direction to get the wifi working again?



And input, from any of you Linux experienced guys is appreciated. If
CLI is needed, fine. Just need good directions.



Thanks again for all your efforts. Looking forward to the next build.



Bill







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