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by redu
07/05/2009, 16:07
Forum: Linux On My Samsung
Topic: [nc 10] Wlan issues
Replies: 52
Views: 22825

RE: [nc 10] Wlan issues

:) Just checked, the linux-backports-modules package in jaunty is based on snapshot 2009-03-03 of ath5k module drivers. I'm glad it works for you now :) When you'll check the wlan in your city's library, let me know if issues are gone there too! ;) Those good days I could play my nc10 in local libr...
by redu
02/05/2009, 16:23
Forum: Linux On My Samsung
Topic: Ubuntu netbook remix 9.04 Wifi issue
Replies: 24
Views: 6106

RE: Ubuntu netbook remix 9.04 Wifi issue

LPIA stands for 'Low Power Intel Architecture', it's similar to i386 but it's optimized for atom processors. It's the architecture I'm currently using on my NC10. The build processes for lpia on launchpad repositories have an higher priority than the i386 ones. Usually the lpia packages are built i...
by redu
01/05/2009, 16:18
Forum: Linux On My Samsung
Topic: Ubuntu netbook remix 9.04 Wifi issue
Replies: 24
Views: 6106

RE: Ubuntu netbook remix 9.04 Wifi issue

I'm using network-manager with no special settings... I just select my wlan from the list, insert the password, and I'm online. My router's wifi is set as BG, with WPA2 encryption. Please give a try with the new linux-backports-modules package on my repository. It's updated to 2009.05.01 (today) sn...
by redu
24/04/2009, 21:17
Forum: Linux On My Samsung
Topic: Ubuntu netbook remix 9.04 Wifi issue
Replies: 24
Views: 6106

RE: Ubuntu netbook remix 9.04 Wifi issue

Hi Voria, I've installed Ubuntu netbook 9.04 remix on my nc10, everythink seems to work fine but I have an extremely slow wifi ! I've installed the packages you recommand from your repository, but still the wifi is slow. Can you give me some advice ? Thanks Maike05, did you check other wifi network...
by redu
24/04/2009, 6:15
Forum: Linux On My Samsung
Topic: Ubuntu netbook remix 9.04 Wifi issue
Replies: 24
Views: 6106

RE: Ubuntu netbook remix 9.04 Wifi issue

Hi Voria, I've installed Ubuntu netbook 9.04 remix on my nc10, everythink seems to work fine but I have an extremely slow wifi ! I've installed the packages you recommand from your repository, but still the wifi is slow. Can you give me some advice ? Thanks Maike05, did you check other wifi network...
by redu
20/03/2009, 15:27
Forum: Linux On My Samsung
Topic: [nc 10] Wlan issues
Replies: 52
Views: 22825

RE: [nc 10] Wlan issues

Sorry, I forgot to say that you have to unload all previous modules (not only the ath5k but its 'dependencies' too) before to load the new one :P I don't remeber all of them, but you can use the command sudo make unload then reload the ath5k module :) (or restart the pc :P) For the first time now, ...
by redu
18/03/2009, 19:05
Forum: Linux On My Samsung
Topic: [nc 10] Wlan issues
Replies: 52
Views: 22825

RE: [nc 10] Wlan issues

A new 'linux-backports-modules' is going to be released on jaunty (as well as a new kernel, 2.6.28-11), and it has all the patches for tx power calibration already in! Never thought they would be inserted so fast :P As soon as possible I will build a custom package with the rfkill patches in too Th...
by redu
18/03/2009, 12:14
Forum: Linux On My Samsung
Topic: [nc 10] Wlan issues
Replies: 52
Views: 22825

RE: [nc 10] Wlan issues

Are you sure it's not a problem of the local library wlan, and not yours? It's strange that there is such a difference between your home and local library wlans. Anyway, I think the the tx patches would help, in any case. Maybe you missed up some file/directory while preparing the sources for build...
by redu
17/03/2009, 23:49
Forum: Linux On My Samsung
Topic: [nc 10] Wlan issues
Replies: 52
Views: 22825

RE: [nc 10] Wlan issues

Atm the wireless work better on intrepid (using the package from my repository with the patches applied) than on jaunty for me :P Strange. For me Jaunty alpha6 home router wlan (not patched) works a little faster than Intrepid wlan! Speed 1M +-300k. However, I tested this Jaunty wlan again in local...
by redu
17/03/2009, 7:49
Forum: Linux On My Samsung
Topic: [nc 10] Wlan issues
Replies: 52
Views: 22825

RE: [nc 10] Wlan issues

Jaunty is evolving very fast, so some packages get old in short times... try to update the package list first, with sudo apt-get update then retry with the above commands. If it does not work yet, then wait some hours then retry. Good luck! ;) Thank you voRia, this apt-get update made dpkg-buildpac...
by redu
16/03/2009, 21:08
Forum: Linux On My Samsung
Topic: [nc 10] Wlan issues
Replies: 52
Views: 22825

RE: [nc 10] Wlan issues

You need to install various tools to build .deb packages. Use this command: sudo apt-get install devscripts debhelper Then try again with 'dpkg-buildpackage' :) No luck! Maybe packet repository i broken in jaunty alpha6? sudo apt-get install devscripts debhelper Failed to fetch http://fi.archive.ub...
by redu
16/03/2009, 17:34
Forum: Linux On My Samsung
Topic: [nc 10] Wlan issues
Replies: 52
Views: 22825

RE: [nc 10] Wlan issues

The names of the patches don't make any difference. Let's change approach :) You can take the sources already patched from the package on my repository ( link ). Replace the 'updates/compat-wireless-2.6' directory in the sources of 'linux-backports-modules.2.6.28-9' package with the one taken from ...
by redu
16/03/2009, 8:29
Forum: Linux On My Samsung
Topic: [nc 10] Wlan issues
Replies: 52
Views: 22825

RE: [nc 10] Wlan issues

You are using the default ath5k module included in the kernel package. To use a newer module, install the 'linux-backports-modules-jaunty' package (that automatically will install the specific 'linux-backports-modules' package for your kernel). If you want to apply the patches for the tx power cali...
by redu
15/03/2009, 15:47
Forum: Linux On My Samsung
Topic: [nc 10] Wlan issues
Replies: 52
Views: 22825

RE: [nc 10] Wlan issues

I mean the 'linux-backports-modules' for the kernel you're using. If I'm not wrong, latest on jaunty is linux-backports-modules-2.6.28-9-generic . This is a mess for me: ~$ uname -r 2.6.28-9-generic Packages in synaptic (not installed): linux-backports-modules-2.6.28-9-generic Ubuntu supplied Linux...
by redu
15/03/2009, 7:16
Forum: Linux On My Samsung
Topic: [nc 10] Wlan issues
Replies: 52
Views: 22825

RE: [nc 10] Wlan issues

Download and extract the sources for the 'linux-backports-modules' package you are using. Apply these patches (I have numbered them, the first one is for the rfkill function, the second one is for the reset problem, all the rest is for the tx power calibration). Rebuild the package (with the 'dpkg-...