Notify me of new comments via email. Of course kernel integration would be great. I use Ubuntu 9. Does someone already have a. Basically when the system wakes up and the modules are reloaded, the usb port is made available to vntwusb, which then assigns it a network interface eth1 or whatever , and then the usb device is reset from looking at dmesg.
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I tried to install it on 2. I would really like to get this resolved before I just give up and install windows on this system. Download full text 7.
Thank you for this information. I have just produced a DKMS version of the latest driver. What is the best way to test the driver for precise?
An already compiled kernel including vt But the system freezes when run gdm I’m ready to be beta-tester, let me know vvt6656 to proceed! Ramon Ziai rziai wrote on I’m seriously thinking about switching to Mint or even Debian. Was the driver previously working for you?
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Calling CRDA to update world regulatory domain usbcore: I use Ubuntu 9. June 27th, 3. I don’t have a vt656 preference one way or the other and VIA may have a good business reasons but this can be an impediment to its acceptance.
If you posted to stable, then I assume it was fixed at some point. Forward porting to Karmic for testing.
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This code as a ways to go in order to be merged and supported. Ra’id Jamali raid-aljamali wrote on Colin Ian King colin-king on LuisV luisvivasb wrote on What I am thinking of is that if they are just throwing it over the wall with a GPL attached but also provide info lunux that we can fix it, one could clean it up and make it ready for mainstream and “someone” usually the guy who missed the design review meeting DKMS version doesnt work, its freeze the system when X started the same effect with the compiled driver.
There are one of two ways you should be able to test:. I don’t think there’s any value to the community in maintaining this.
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If not, I have the branch of the ubuntu-karmic tree with this change, it could be propagated from here. There no problems with the current stable release kernels.
I think i tried karmic maverick and natty Wondering how Ramon managed to et it work under maverick, as he writes in the new bug report Thanks for noticing this Ra’id. Is there a VIA business reason for this? I hope it works for you. The C99 vt656 and indent style can be easily changed by a sed script and one of the numerous “prettyprint” formatters.
The original author s are not likely to participate on this end of things. It has been my experience that using this coding style to get cross platform portability is not as successful as a re-factor.
This means that I personally will be unable to test the bit version of the driver on my hardware.