Careful analysis of the logs didn’t yield much: Comment on this change optional. How come adding the firmware makes the adapter work? December 18th, 3. Find More Posts by drfrostbyte. So we still need Intel to produce firmware aka microcode. For more advanced trainees it can be a desktop reference, and a collection of the base knowledge needed to proceed with system and network administration.

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The Linux WiMAX software for the 6×50 series is still incomplete; the kernel drivers have been enabled ahead of time, but the user space support, including the firmware file is still in the final stages of completion.

Originally Posted by drfrostbyte. I will submit my patches to ndiswrapper 2 extended APIs from XP SP2 have to be stubbed out or the driver won’t load and post updates here as things develop. Go get the driver here http: I’ve reinstalled Slackware 4 times today because of things I’ve messed up along my way, after upgrading the linux kernel I’ve had issues with getting back to desktop, so I’m on a clean slate right now with the exception of installing wicd.

Registration is quick, simple and absolutely free. It’s buisiness, and if opensource does not make money for Intel – they doesn’t care at all. I know this fix is not supported officially, but I thought I’d at least report that upgrading to the packages in lucid-proposed caused the laptop to run in low graphics mode when booting the new kernel that uses the fix.


Downloads for IntelĀ® WiMAX/WiFi Link

BTW, this concerns not only 4th version of ucode. It’s still not working, getting same Ifconfig error after rebooting, and dmesg I posted above. So we still need Intel to produce firmware aka microcode. Find More Posts by drfrostbyte.

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January 5th, 6.

Intel WiMAX/WiFi Link 5350 – network adapter

Max Motovilov max-motovilov-com wrote on Reply to my email send to the people at Intel who added the kernel support: Right, I get that. Current iwlagn driver should work only with aimax/wifi microcode and it’s not the one for series. Look for available AP for wireless connection Expected result: January 3rd, 5.

Ubuntu Forums Code of Conduct. Results 1 to 10 of It seems like the kernel module just needs the firmware blob without any other change. No AP can be aimax/wifi. This is piss-poor and can’t help but undermine Intel attempts at convincing the community that it treats Linux as a first-class environment.


Please test and give feedback here.

intdl Perhaps others should do so too politely, I suggestfocusing on damage to the Intel brand, loss of revenues to WiMAX services, etc. Once the firmware is released by Intel, how much packaging work is likely to be involved to get this pushed out to the repositories?

Get a 4-terabyte USB 3.

January 14th, 9. Driver supports v4, firmware inel v0. December 14th, 1. I tried this backports module, but it did not work for me.

Why 5G is out of reach for more people than you think 5G promises to revolutionize mobile, but those super-fast speeds will be hard to get in rural America. Is it possible to add it as an update? I have only been using open source for about 9 months, so I am still a bit of a noob, but its things like this that help me learn ingel.