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  13.04 - marvell driver bugs- surface pro w/ avastar 350N

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Bug description:
  I would like to comment that I did not spend a lot of time debugging
  this due to time constraints. Then again, something like this should
  probably work out of the box.

  Upon installing the 13.04 beta2 (about 1-2 weeks ago, whatever release
  that was), I attempted to use the wifi on my MS surface pro. This was
  a fresh install, I re-formatted the partition of the hard drive that
  ubuntu sits on. I downloaded updates, etc, via a usb-ethernet

  The wifi widget in the top right hand corner shows 3 active instances
  of the wireless network interface for the marvell chip.

   When switching the wireless functionality to ON, they seem to be
  competing with each other. All 3 of them show that they see the
  surrounding wifi networks but I can never actually get a connection. I
  get a prompt for the network password, I enter it, and then 1-2
  seconds later I get another prompt, ad nauseum. I am not simply mis-
  typing the password. I remember seeing this behaviour before when I
  was trying to kluge together a working wifi driver with a 12.04
  installation on my surface pro by grabbing the marvell driver packages
  from the 13.04 beta and manually implementing them. This suggests to
  me that there is something wrong with the driver for that particular
  chipset, rather than an installation error on my end. Though, I could
  be wrong.


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