Add rate section and its related definition and comment git bisect skip 81bed2fde96fd28ceebea4a28dcc The built, but untested commit is: Can someone following this bug confirm this same error? I am on a Lenovo G laptop, I am running Fedora 25, and lspci returns, among other things, Finally, I re-edited the kernel configuration file for 4. Then i install broadcom-wl. To help figure out what is wrong, please post the configuration used for a “good” and “bad” kernel.

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I’m still keeping a 4. As long as both wl and ssb are modules, then wl would win. I’ll get a build done overnight to test them.


Comment 33 Larry Finger Posted on June 15, Run lsmod grep -e b43 -e bcm. I have been switching between linux distros to find the best, finally settled in fedora HenrikH if you wanna thank me you could upvote my answer: The Fedora kernel configuration module file is config Comment 44 Davide Repetto When I bring up settings and select wifi there is none.


That commit really did fix a bug, and it needs to be kept. Can you offer any suggestions?

It may also work for earlier versions. Umm, no the change was a direct result of the comments in this bug, you might also want to look back at your comment 20 on May 8 the day that this was changed: It worked previously under Fedora 18, but I did a completely fresh reinstall when I loaded That solved by rebuilding the kernel with ssb as a module as it should be, anyway.

Wireless Newtork – B43 Broadcom. It worked based on the exact nature of the specifics of the drivers. The file was touched by the second build, but I wasn’t asked any questions, so in theory it shouldn’t have been changed. Join our community today! Comment 20 Larry Finger 1 So I can’t tell if the problem was reintroduced after being fixed.

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My current git bisect log is: Hopefully I’ll be able to finish the bisect this weekend. 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.

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Once I got it these step by step instructions worked like a charm. I don’t think there were any changes between rc1 and rc2, but I’m building the latter and will report back if -rc2 does break b I appreciate the info.

When i start Debian i have: I have started a bisection fdeora locate the bad commit. It worked and here’s how I did it.

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For anyone who has problems with the current answer, you can try removing broadcom-wl cedora by: If you are using the b43 driver from 3. I did and found nothing. It is never safe to have two drivers that trigger on the same PCI ID without blacklisting the one you do not want.