Here is a link to someone with the same problem and the solution that worked: Motin motin on Wait until it’s built and you get an update, the needed package is linux-image- 2. I think the problem is in the driver because with ipw the proprietary driver I don’t have this problem: If you still find the lockup problem in ipw
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Intel® PRO/Wireless ABG Driver for Linux
However the Wireless card doesn’t seem to work out-of-the-box. I also tried to install linux-backports -modules- 2.
I have not tested resume from disk. There is still a small problem regarding this bug in jaunty beta. I don’t know what you mean by latest kernel update, probably best to specify versions for clarity.
June 6th, 7. When I did a sudo ifup wlan, the interface came back on.
ClaudioRJ cmirandarj wrote on Been using gutsy for a few months before, connectlon setup, no issues. As I brought the interface up, the status changed in lshw. I will assign hal to this bug to clarify this issue. This problem does not happen on the 2.
I didn’t check if it would be enough to restart hal right after booting without intel the kill switch firstbut I will try this later. Whoopie whoopie79 wrote on This bug was fixed in the package linux – 2.
ipw3945 wireless card
I have the same driver set up for the Gutsy kernel, I will try and see if it happens there too. I did notice that when the wifi is turned off, my wavelan panel says the device is there, while if the problem isn’t happening that is, on the other kernel and driver it says the interface is not available.
Wifi still doesn’t work here is output for dmesg grep -i iwl when wireless switch is off: This does work with iwl driver version 1. Wireless can’t be activated if kill switch was on at boot 8.
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I’ve tested the iwl from both the linux-backports -modules package and the linux-ubuntu- modules package. You can submit bugs to the Bugzilla repository available at BugHost.
I use this laptop at work and at home. Dale 3945xbg wrote on Michael Doube michael-doube wrote on Reading through the comments above, I’m not entirely clear that I understand the root cause of the problem, or the nature of the fix in Jaunty. When I turned the netaork off wifi onthe status didn’t change.
Wireless can’t be activated if kill switch was on at boot 7. Registration is quick, simple and absolutely free. This is also fixed for me Dell Latitude D