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Default 02-04-2010, 02:01 PM

Can anyone provide the ID for the BCM4312 (b/g wireless on the 10v)?
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Default 02-04-2010, 02:32 PM

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Default 02-04-2010, 03:31 PM

I cant seem to be able to change the IDs .
after I run the command to change it I get a error
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Cant open --infile (then the name of the file)

Or something close to that.
I will keep searching for a solution


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Default 02-04-2010, 03:46 PM

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Can anyone provide the ID for the BCM4312 (b/g wireless on the 10v)?
You can use the "default" IDs for the MacBook/MacBook Pro. That's what I did and I have the same card.

ssb-sprom -i ssb_sprom_copy –-subv 0×106b –-subp 0×0087 -o new_ssb_sprom_copy


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Default 02-04-2010, 05:39 PM

Hi,

All went well up to the line:

"chmod 755 /usr/sbin/ssb-sprom && chown root:root /usr/sbin/ssb-sprom"

... where it tries to change the ownership, but the response was "Operation not permitted".

I tried putting 'sudo' first (It didn't recognise sudo -s) but that didn't help either.

I am no Ubuntu expert, so just hope someone can help here!

Thanks!


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Default 02-04-2010, 05:53 PM

I had the same problem. Then I logged in as "root" and the problem went away, give it a go.
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Default 02-04-2010, 06:12 PM

Thanks for a quick response!

A silly question I know... but how exactly do I do that, and can I do it without starting all over again?


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Default 02-04-2010, 06:20 PM

I imagine you're booting with a Live disk? As long as you don't restart, everything that's been downloaded will be saved for now, so, once you log in, just re-enter the commands, won't take long to do this time around, you might not even have to re-enter them all, but I did it anyways just to be safe.

Open terminal, enter "sudo passwd root". That'll reset the root password so you can actually log in to root, then just log out of your current user, and log back in as "root" with a blank password.

Then, re-enter the commands and voilla! Should work bulletproof.
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Default 02-04-2010, 06:38 PM

Yes, I am running Ubuntu 9.10 and booting from a Live USB stick.

As far as I know I only have the one user set up anyway, which appears to be root, and haven't been asked for (or set) any passwords.

Being a 'Windows' user, I am still not really sure what I have to do to 'log in as root', (or to log out!) or even to check if that is already the case!

Sorry for sounding so 'thick', but I was hoping it would just be a 'cut and paste' job!

(I thought that typing sudo before a command ran me as root anyway?)


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Default 02-04-2010, 06:48 PM

Sudo SHOULD/does run you as a root, I guess this certain command just doesn't take kindly to sudo.

Top right corner of the screen, click "ubuntu"/the power button. Then click log out. The log in screen will show up, enter root, leave the password blank, that should do it.

This is how it was for me. With my live disk, it logged me in as a user called "ubuntu". In the title bar of the terminal window, it says something like, "ubuntu@ubuntu".
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