wifi specific network causes kernel panic!
I have a very odd problem which has persisted through two kernel updates and a total reinstallation.
At work there is an open-access network that is http only and uses a web-login form, I'm sure you have come across these things. When I use this network my laptop locks-up within ten minutes, sometimes instantly. It is a hard-lockup with flashing num-lock and all that jazz.
My laptop functions perfectly normally connecting to any other network, indeed I can go to the University library and connect to the same network but presumably a different access point (am I misusing the language there?) without any problems
Some months ago I started investigating it. I used the debug kernel, this appeared to confirm that it was something to do with the (intel) wireless-driver kernel-module (duh!).
distro: openSUSE 11.1`
kernel: 22.214.171.124 default x86_64
wireless driver: iwl3945-ucode version 126.96.36.199
I know this isn't much information to go on but if anyone has any ideas please let me know. I don't really have the time to start faffing about with a debug kernel at work but I guess I will have to unless someone replies with an amazing solution.
The wireless works without problems on the Kubuntu instillation that is also on it. Or did until recently when I replaced Kubuntu with 64studio which has driver problems with just about everything :¬(