My Asus EeePC 1000HE netbook was recently upgraded from Ubuntu 10.4 to 10.10. The upgrade was smooth except for wireless which became extremely flaky.
The wireless connection would disconnect when I unplugged my laptop or woke it up when not directly connected to power. Attempting to disable and re-enable the wireless interface did not fix it. Even unloading and reloading the driver modules did not fix it. The only fix was to reboot.
The following two things are both required to fix wireless issues with the rt2860sta driver.
First, Ubuntu was loading unnecessary drivers for my wireless card. I addressed this by adding the following lines to: /etc/modprobe.d/blacklist.conf
It seems that these additional modules were interfering with the rt2860sta driver during wake up.
In addition I needed to have Ubuntu to unload and reload my wireless driver before and after going to sleep. This is done putting the following line in /etc/pm/config.d/unload_wireless
Note that the file name there is not actually important. The line just needs to be in a file in the /etc/pm/config.d/ directory.
Rebooting once after making these changes has solved the problem.
In setting up a yet to be announced BBS system I discovered that Legend of the Red Dragon does not work on Ubuntu 10.04 Server installation under DOSEMU. When I ran the config program LordCfg it would fail with the following error:
This version of LordCfg is not meant for your version of Lord
When running the start.bat script or lord.exe it would fail with this error:
# Firing Up LORD.OVR
# Using EMS for faster overlay swapping.
Internal error #38019
I did few preliminary searches for these errors on Google and finding only complaints about them. I contacted Gameport which currently distributes the game and they pointed me to an obscure link on the authors website which has a patch for this bug.
The url to the patch for this issue is: http://lord.lordlegacy.com/dosemu/
There is also single forum posting on the authors site about this issue as well but it lacks useful keywords to make it findable. That forum posting is here: http://lord.lordlegacy.com/phorum/read.php?5,196
Recently I installed Debian on a DEC Multia, I documented this install on my own blog. During my long upgrade process to a current Debian release from Woody. I encountered the following error:
Unrecognized Kernel Version
The way to fix this is to edit /sbin/dhclient and locate the line that contains “2..*)” and change it to “2..*)”