On Thu, Sep 9, 2010 at 6:32 PM, Alan Pope <email@example.com> wrote:
> On 9 September 2010 20:58, G. <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> I am installing Lucid on a Toshiba Tecra. *I installed the hardware
>> drivers and still no wireless. *The hardware driver window says it
>> needs a kernel, either an alsa shipped with kernel 2.6.4 or newer.
>> This machine that I just updated shows * 2.6 32. 24 so is that older
>> or newer than 2.6.4?
> I guess that's for the audio chipset and not the wireless, or perhaps
> for the DSP / analog modem.
> Do you have a /var/log/jockey.log file which details what it's after?
>> Basic question but I am a basic user except I am the most advanced
>> user where I am, in the middle of the mountains of Panama and people
>> are coming to me for Ubuntu installs.
> Sounds great!
>> If I have the right kernel, then I found an older wiki and other fixes
>> but for older versions of ubuntu.
> The 2.6.4 message sounds very generic. Does the machine in question
> have a net connection?
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Yes there was/is a net connection.
in fact i solved the problem when I found the wireless switch on the
right side of the machine. I had to get a flashlight to see it as i
was in a bit of a dark corner.
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