It compiles without any issue and works really fine for now on Gutsy. I was testing a WiFi adapter I’ve got quite some time ago on both my main system Kubuntu 7. I’ve gone ahead and added the ‘linux’ task for this report so that this bug remains open against the actively developed kernel. Right – I will try and take a look! See full activity log. Launchpad Janitor janitor wrote on Messages on driver crash when unplugging the adapter Gutsy Edit 3.
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NickeM nicklas-marcusson wrote on My suspicion is that the at76ca seems to disconnect during high processor load and reconnected.
Kernel team bugs It may be the same bug, I’m not sure.
Really need that sync with upstream to go to 0. Add tags Tag help.
Index of /sft/sft/debian-ubuntu/ubuntu/pool/multiverse/a/at76-usb
Please let us know immediately if this newer 2. I have a Atmel usb wlan adapter: At67 I’m running version 0. I was actually a bit lazy and just noticed that I could copy the compiled. More information may be found at: To post a comment you must log in.
Going forward, bugs at6 would have been reported against linux-ubuntu- modules should now just be reported against linux. Which has worked well until i upgraded to Feisty Fawn, i am currently on Gutsy Gibbon. You need to log in to change this bug’s status. Thanks to Andy Whitcroft for taking care of this bug.
Other bug subscribers Subscribe someone else. There are one of two ways you debizn be able to test: See full activity log. Looks like the 0.
Accepted atusb dfsg-1 (source all)
I’ve checked I’ve got the latest firmware file installed, but still no joy. Andy Whitcroft apw on I can confirm this one. Registered protocol family 17 [ As a result, the kernel team would appreciate it if you could please test this newer 2.
This bug will remain open against the actively developed kernel bug against 2.
Messages on adapter connection Gutsy Edit 1. Note that upstream have also made the same trivial fix – 2. Cleber Santz clebersantz on Great, it simply works now! I noticed the version of Ubuntu your using is in End of Life status.
at76-usb 0.17.dfsg-1 MIGRATED to testing
I was testing a WiFi adapter I’ve got quite some time ago on both my main system Kubuntu 7. Also, please specifically note if the issue does or does not appear in the 2. Changed in linux Ubuntu: When adapter is not plugged in the machine runs perfectly. But this version is not supporting WAP yet.