SSID is not showing up
I was able to connect to the wireless 'AirportFaustin' and others using network icon dropdown menu. I decided to switch from proprietary to open drivers for my wireless card drivers. Once I done it offline.
Since then 'AirportFaustin' wireless network is missing in the network icon dropdown menu. Others are here and work.
- I tried menu item connect to hidden network : I'm still unable to connect. Ubuntu ask again the key.
- Now (I don't know before) this network is listed in the network manager.
- This network is allowed for all users.
- On my computer and others on OSX, I can see and connect without issue to that network.
I would like to be able again to connect to this and others (all) network and that from the network icon dropdown menu.
I'm using a MacBook Air 4, 2 with Ubuntu 12.04.1 LTS and try to connect to a wireless network on a Apple Airport Express (that has been reset to factory config).
I've applied the post-install script on the MacBookAir4-2 page.
I checked /etc/modprobe.d and found two files (the second is directly made by the script. I remember having seen dkms while running the screen too in the Terminal) that blacklist wireless modules :
# wl module from Broadcom conflicts with the following modules: blacklist b44 blacklist b43legacy blacklist b43 blacklist brcm80211 blacklist brcmsmac blacklist brcmfmac blacklist ssb blacklist bcma blacklist bcm43xx
- blacklist bcma.conf
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