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Well, I have my wifi installed on my Linux now. But its unstable as hell.. When I boot my pc I first have to modprobe ndiswrapper ofc. Ok that works. ...
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- 11-11-2007 #1
Well, I have my wifi installed on my Linux now.
But its unstable as hell..
When I boot my pc I first have to modprobe ndiswrapper ofc.
Ok that works.
Then my wifi gets the ip 192.168.1.200. (The IP I tryed to use during the install when the Debian install did recognise my wifi card but wasnt able to control it).
Then I launch wifi-radar and I disconnect it.
And then when I try to reconnect it I have to try it a couple of times..
And about a couple I am not talking about 5~7 times.
Sometimes I dont get DHCP sometimes I dont get DNS.
Well, is there a way to fix this problem?
I know its not my accesspoint. Since with Windows I could just connect fine.
- 11-11-2007 #2
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- Nov 2007
Maybe u are running KNetwork Manager and its the one giving u that hard time, some times if u have an unstable version of KNM, u will have related problems.
So first make sure its not the one by stopping it, and set the card to user controller.
Maybe what i didn't understand, is what is the problem, is the the hardware, or the software, coz u mentioned of "modprobe ndiswrapper ofc".
- 11-11-2007 #3
Well, I did install Network Manager and the gtk front end but it doesnt start.
And I am not going to install KDE librarys...
The problem is unknown with me.
I think its the software since it runs fine in windows.
Sometimes I dont get DNS, sometimes I dont get DHCP, sometimes It doesnt do anything.
It can scan for networks.
But It has problems with connecting..
- 11-11-2007 #4
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- Nov 2004
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- 11-14-2007 #6