On a recent clean Kubuntu 11.10 64 bit install, Muon Package Manager and Muon Software Update Center would not work. I would just get a bug report. I had to do all the updates through Konsole. The only way I could get Muon to work was install an experimental version of Muon through a PPA, ppa:echidnaman/qapt-experimental.
This experimental version of the firmware has been optimized to run on just one router model Netgear WNDR3800. If you have that model, you may download the firmware and flash the router with it. A step-by-step guide is available. Intrepid hackers out there are free to try it out on any other router.
Your sources.list entry is wrong. For Waldorf/wheezy, it would be this (replace 'us' with your mirror)...deb http://ftp.us.debian.org/debian/ experimental mainIt's in the experimental repo, but these Firefox/Iceweasel updates are so incremental that there's nothing experimental about them, IMO.
I just reinstalled Ubuntu and immediately after it was done, it showed me the "Additional Drivers" menu and it listed a bunch of experimental NVIDIA drivers. I did not install them and closed the window.
Hi, using sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get upgrade I pulled down the latest updates this morning which included a b43-fwcutter update. The b43 install resulted in the following error:Setting up firmware-b43-installer (188.8.131.52-3) ...Not supported low-power chip with PCI id 14e4:4315!Aborting.dpkg: error processing firmware-b43-installer (--configure): subprocess installed post-i
Looks like that is a Realtek 8187L (google searching)The driver can be downloaded here.after you extract the files, there will be a Readme or Install test file will the instructions.Also found this link.but that driver is for the 2.6 kernel (the Readme file in that package is how I found out it's a Realtek 8187L).I am not sure if #!
For a clean install of 14.04, I get the message "b43-open/ucode5.fw" not found. I look in the installation guide section about "how to load missing firmware" but could not get an answer--all the answer seem to assume that you have a terminal. My question is how to prepare install media with the missing firmware.