On 12/23/2013 04:06 PM, amoebaworks wrote:
> I’ve use the secure boot and it’s the same message.
> I have a Ralink rt3290 WiFi card. I looked on the wireless forums and
> didn’t get much luck other than this one: http://tinyurl.com/lrwj8va
> I have seen suggestions on using a backport driver or going to the
> Ralink site and compiling a driver (suggested from an Ubuntu forum). I
> thought updating the kernel would work the best / easiest.
> I’ll file a bug and maybe try the kernel-of-the-day. Or can I get 3.12.4
> kernel some how?
3.11+". That means that once the patch is merged, it will be backported to
every kernel 3.11 and newer. The second part is that it was merged into the
mainline kernel on Mon Sep 23 04:08:13 2013. It usually takes only a few weeks
before the change gets ported back to the stable kernels. The git commit log for
kernel 3.11 shows that this patch was added on November 13, and it was part of
3.11.8. You need a kernel at least that new. I’m not sure why 13.1 is “stuck” at
3.11.6 when 3.11.10. File a bug report about your wifi trouble, and tell the
devs that the fix you need is in 3.11.8.