Your ethernet port IS being detected. I even changed to see if it would work, but it didn’t so I have changed back to alsa. Now wireless, sound, display everything works fine for me on Aspire G Thank you All. I have used that to get sound working a hundred times in other distros, but never had to in Ubuntu. This explains how to get the firmware update, but it is for the Fedora kernel 2. I had to change everything to OSS. Will post results when I finish.
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If you create it, then you must reboot to try your sound again.
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I’m suffering the same problem with same laptop. This post gives instructions for Fedora 9, but it can be translated to Ubuntu. Regarding sound enter the command lshw -C multimedia and again post here. After boot with a 2. This what I did: Didn’t work, I added the line to the end of the file and restarted. You can lower it or mute it to cancel the sound from the laptop speakers. Download the firmware from “http: And probably you will be able to control the levels from the ALSA mixer.
About the wireless, everything in that thread went over my head as I’m fairly new to this and I don’t have the time now to learn through trial and error.
I have used that to get sound working a hundred times in other distros, but never had to in Ubuntu. Seems that the kernel isn’t still up to date with the hardware probably or there might be some other problem.
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It has a button to on and off wireless but the button is not working and the LED is also not lighting up. Here is my results: I managed to make wlan0 to show up finally. If your headphones are plugged in, you should be getting the audio from the headphones now; the volume is adjusted through the Surround volume bar.
The file that you wigeless is an. Since support is apparently very new, you might try the ndiswrapper route first as describe in the post linked above.
That’d do the trick. Goto preferences and tick on Surround. You probably need some firmware drivers.
Here are some ideas: This explains how to get the firmware update, but it is for the Fedora kernel 2. This is the instructions from that post: Here’s a temporary solution for that.
Now the kernel keep complaining: Although still doesn’t work, it’s a step towards success. However, by reading through it I have come to the conclusion that wireless is working fine in another version of the kernel 2.
Selected rate control algorithm ‘iwl-agn-rs’ [ How do you compile kernel? The new WIFI support was updated in kernel version 2.
Finally my wireless card and sound aapire works. Although I’m using 8. I’m currently on vista because i can’t get a wired connection now. The ALSA sound driver didn’t work. I’ll post my results in a couple of hours.