Trysudo rm /etc/udev/rules.d/70-persistent-net.rulesand reboot.Edit:On second thought, this sounds like module b43 could be blacklisted.Check your .conf files in /etc/modprobe.d for blacklist b43
Sorry to resurrect the old thread. But I'm still have trouble connecting via wifi, and hoping some might be able to help me.I have done the suggested to /etc/modprobe.d/b43.conf file.After doing, this yesterday, I had an active wifi for 5 seconds just before I rebooted.
I have a machine with Ubuntu 12.04 64 bit, i have the need for blacklisting a module, i have blacklisted it in blacklist.conf but nothing happened; i have solved my problem passing modprobe.blacklist=<module> as argument to the GRUB command line.
I have just upgraded my Ubuntu installation to 13.10 and it is working great. But yesterday I make a big mistake. In an attempt to uninstall dialer for my USB mobile broadband (Huawei EC176-2) I blacklisted module "option".
Hello jflight, welcome to #!If you have a file at /etc/udev/rules.d/70-persistent-net.rules, delete it & reboot.Also, there are a few solutions on the interweb (thank you startpage!) that mention determining the module your wireless card uses (lsmod) and then running:sudo modprobe -rfv <name of module>
sudo rfkill unblock all
sudo modprobe -v <name of module>Hope this helps...If it
It seems that I have successfully blacklisted pcspkr by inserting install pcspkr /bin/false in modprobe.conf in /etc/modprobe.d/modprobe.conf and then adding this file to files section in /etc/mkinitcpio.conf and finally doing mkinitcpio -p linux.
Hi, about a week ago my wifi disappeared. After updating to see if there was a new kernel update, and removing and reinstalling broadcom-wl (usually works without a hassle), still nothing. modprobe wl says module not installed. tried kmod-wl as well. rfkill says acer-wireless soft blocked.