Jensit wrote:I think it would help to install the missing linux headers plus the driver from the non-free repo which is activated by default bysudo apt-get install linux-headers-$(uname -r|sed 's,[^-]*-[^-]*-,,') broadcom-sta-dkmsThis solution worked perfectly. I am now posting via a wireless connection. Thank you very much for your help, Jensit.
finally i decided to sign up for this, hopefully 100% distro-agnostic forum.
i've contributed to other forums before - these days mostly on crunchbang, archlinux, linuxforen.de.
as so many i started with ubuntu (and the forums), about 2 years ago, but got fed up with the distro over a year ago, and more recently also with the forums.
so if you see my postcount and wonder why i'm trying to
Hey , is there any chance we could create a Google+ page for Ubuntu Forums? I was thinking it could post ubuntu hints and links to threads that solve common problems etc,it would also probably bring the forums to a wider audience.
Based in your experience, what RTOS performs better in the PIC32? I'm currently starting to use FreeRTOS but I don't know if this is the best RTOS for PIC32. I have seen some kind of benchmarking results between RTOSes here: http://www.microchip.com/forums/tm.aspx?m=279201
Hi!I've been using linux for around 8 years (mostly ubuntu). Recently I've been using windows just because I got a new computer and I didn't feel like installing a new OS since windows was working fine.
Thank you for addressing my concern. I recently updated all my Ubuntu accounts usernames and passwords, because of the recent theft of usernames and passwords with ubuntuforums.org. Upon connecting my Ubuntu Forums account with my Ubuntu account, my original Ubuntu Forums account 'Coderand' was not linked to it.