Wireless is disabled on boot
When I boot and then log in, wireless does not connect. If I then use nm-applet, I see that wireless is disabled and also impossible to enable (greyed out).
The only way I have found to fix this is to open up jockey-gtk, remove Broadcom STA and then activate Broadcom STA. This is forgotten after every single boot, so I have to go through this 3 - 5 minute process every time I boot if I want to access my wireless network.
I've tried rmmod-ing and then modprobe-ing wl as an alternative, but that doesn't seem to do anything useful.
This is a regression compared to Lucid and Karmic. Wireless was flawless before I upgraded from Lucid to Maverick.
DistroRelease: Ubuntu 10.10
Package: bcmwl-kernel-source 5.60.48.
Uname: Linux 2.6.35-19-generic i686
Date: Mon Sep 6 17:20:33 2010
|Changed in bcmwl (Ubuntu):|
|status:||New → Invalid|