On Tue, May 26, 2020 at 12:44:30PM +0200, Marco Gaiarin wrote: > Mandi! Alwin Antreich > In chel di` si favelave... > > > It is not an issue with the package. I forgot about the alternatives in > > Debian (thanks Thomas). Once you set the alternative (tool: > > update-alternatives) to the regulatory.db-upstream it will be loaded > > without complaining. > > I suppose Debian can't switch to the signed database yet, since their > > shipped kernel version might not yet know how to handle the signed > > regulatory.db. > > root@ino:~# dpkg -l | grep wireless-regdb > ii wireless-regdb 2016.06.10-1 > all wireless regulatory database > root@ino:~# update-alternatives --display wireless-regdb > update-alternatives: error: no alternatives for wireless-regdb > > But: > > root@ino:~# update-alternatives --display regulatory.db > update-alternatives: warning: alternative /lib/firmware/regulatory.db-debian > (part of link group regulatory.db) doesn't exist; removing from list of > alternatives > update-alternatives: warning: alternative > /lib/firmware/regulatory.db-upstream (part of link group regulatory.db) > doesn't exist; removing from list of alternatives > regulatory.db - auto mode > link best version not available > link currently points to /lib/firmware/regulatory.db-debian > link regulatory.db is /lib/firmware/regulatory.db > slave regulatory.db.p7s is /lib/firmware/regulatory.db.p7s > > but anyway: > > root@ino:~# update-alternatives --config regulatory.db > update-alternatives: error: no alternatives for regulatory.db > > (boh, seems also /lib/firmware/regulatory.db-debian is missing... > strange...) > > > I need to download manually the regulatory DB? You need the Debian package for the alternatives to work. IIRC, you finally installed the ubuntu package.
``` update-alternatives --display regulatory.db ``` -- Cheers, Alwin _______________________________________________ pve-user mailing list email@example.com https://pve.proxmox.com/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/pve-user