Comment 43 for bug 1247712

Ok, now that we have confirmed that that's the issue, please follow these steps:

1) Uninstall the broadcom driver

2) dowgrade jockey to 0.9.7-0ubuntu7.15

3) Reboot

4) Make sure jockey-backend is not running ("ps aux | grep jockey-backend"). If it is, make sure to kill it.

5) Type the following command:
sudo strace -fvvs1024 -o /tmp/jockey.trace /usr/share/jockey/jockey-backend --debug

6) Launch jockey as usual and try to install the driver so as to reproduce the problem

7) Attach the /tmp/jockey.trace file