Re: eth1 disappears after kernel upgrade
On 11 Nov 2009, Γιώργος Πάλλας wrote:
> >>(you need internet to get the packages, so first boot the kernel
> >>where wifi functions, do the first two commands, then reboot to the
> >>new and issue the next to commands)
> >I seem to remember doing that in the past but the broadcom packages are
> >apparently not available at the moment.
> Oh, this must be related to the thread "2.6.31 kernels" about the
> broadcom packages disappearing from the repositories. Why the heck
> was that??
Correct, and the method given on the Debian Wiki didn't work here. I
first compiled the 32-bit version by mistake so the module didn't load;
the 65-bit version doesn't compile.
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