Greg Taylor gtaylor wrote on Ensure the firmware-ipw2x00 package is installed, then reinsert the relevant driver module as described above. Actually now I’m back to having problem regardless of the options in the ipw driver. To post a comment you must log in. The symptoms here are very similar:
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To post a comment you must log in. Changed in linux Ubuntu: If the LED does not switch on automatically: Nault prof-morbius wrote on Do you know how to solve this? Debian Installer may prompt hpwto the required firmware ipw In Hardy I did also see it, but much less often. On my shiny new ubuntu 8.
The first ipww2200 I boot up, it connects fine to both and I’m able to use the connection for a few minutes. I really prefer NM, so it’s a rather poor workaround for me. I have similar problem. Failed to up device [ Is anyone else from this report still following the situation or still having problems?
Intel PRO/Wireless 2100, 2200 and 2915 devices
Copyright C Intel Corporation [ Download full text Thanks again, we really appreicate your help and feedback. Both drivers would also be using different firmware. Have you been able to use the wireless adapter on previous versions?
I can often connect, but the connection is unreliable and performance is deplorable. This bug affects 2 people. Jamie Strandboge jdstrand wrote on Device is now working on Alpha 5!
ORG” has anything to do with it, but now I have 2. Daniel T Chen crimsun on This is after an install of intrepid alpha 4, and upgrade to the latest packages.
Bug # “ipw driver no longer works with wpa2 network” : Bugs : linux package : Ubuntu
Ubbuntu am only affected by this bug, but not involved in fixing or releasing. Same place, same WLAN, same computer, same time: Which is right, the wireless access point is about 30 feet away and it’s has high gain antennas.
George Yes, it worked a few years ago on Windows XP.
I’ve recently upgraded from a ubunth kernel 2. I am also experiencing this bug after upgrading from It also hurts performance of my desktop. But when i try to start vpnc it usually fails. I had an email exchange with Scott Remnant wherein he convinced me that I should change the driver source instead of putting options in a modprobe file.