Monitor sniffer – see note. Join Date Jun Posts 9. Find More Posts by minrich. Any suggestions about what card make and modell is fully supported by hostapd to create a stable access point, capable of handling The revision number of a D device is 0x, if you see any other number, you have a device. But I’m sure my problem isn’t related to this type of kernel, cos I have the same issues using another kernels 2.

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Once I have a complete list I’ll post the details. About iwldvm support and known issues. Now to start your connection supposing that you’re router uses DHCP ip allocation: Even the stock debian kernels have it enabled, so one doesn’t even need to configure the kernel manually if he doesn’t want to.

Well actually the main diff is that you’re running a 32bit system on a 64bit capable CPU, 4965afn I’m 9465agn a 64bit system with 64bit optimized software and if I need to I can run 32bit apps too 64bit mode can emulate 32bit, but not the other way around.

If you’d like to contribute content, let us know. So you don’t even need the newest kernel to get your wireless running.

The guy is very helpful and has posted on this forum under: ,inux get the latest version for newer kernels, use the firmware git tree instead. Results linus to 10 of Do a “make uninstall”, then delete the driver’s source directory, unpack it again, do a double “make” and then make install.


How to do the ipw driver through module-assistant? Getting back to your wireless problems.

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The revision number of a D device is 0x, if you see any other number, you have a device. The fact that one of these options helped doesn’t prove that the issue being troubleshooted is ‘platform noise’, but it may be an indication.

I used lihux iwlwifi 1. July 2nd, lnux. I had some hardware issues that I had to work out and now that the thing is working properly, it’s on to software issues. I don’t know much about building kernels just yet.

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These scenarios have been tested thoroughly on and up, less so on earlier devices. Also note that using 40MHz and not 20MHz channel bandwidth will increase the probability to suffer from platform noise since more frequencies might impact the Wi-Fi performance. I am currently in the process of following some directions for installing iwlwifi.

Select all m-a a-i ipw This command will unpack the ipw package, compile it, make a package out of it and install on your system. You kinda miss out on some of the perks if you stick to i Except where otherwise noted, content on this wiki is licensed under the linnux license: Is there some information anyone can recommend that is nice and up to date?


For details and our forum data attribution, retention and privacy policy, see here. Also, there are still errors in this driver; for example, on my T61, it requires network manager to be installed and I have to do an “ifdown wlan0” and “ifup wlan0” after I log in.

I have installed new drivers, 4. Originally Posted by ehmdjii.

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In order to determine if your device is a ‘D’ version, you can check the dmesg output: Join Date Linhx Beans What linux distro are you using? I can see there’s a lot of information out there on compiling kernels and stuff, but I’m just having a hard time connecting the dots. Please visit this page to clear all LQ-related cookies. Join our community today!