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Originally Posted by buccaneere Got W/L with kernel upgrade 3.7.xx So all is good? Groovy! Feel free to mark the tread as [SOLVED] with the Thread Tools button at the ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by buccaneere View Post
    Got W/L with kernel upgrade 3.7.xx
    So all is good? Groovy!
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    Quote Originally Posted by buccaneere View Post
    I have no wireless; anyone see where to start?

    This is the result of user Waterhead's diagnostic script...
    My ears were burning!! Did someone mention my name??

    I'm glad to see that old script still works, (although not so effectively on openSUSE).


    You should be able to install wireless drivers from source, and not have to change your kernel or system. You can get the source here, although I am not sure they still have drivers for older kernels:

    stable - Linux Wireless
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    Quote Originally Posted by waterhead View Post
    My ears were burning!! Did someone mention my name??

    I'm glad to see that old script still works, (although not so effectively on openSUSE).


    You should be able to install wireless drivers from source, and not have to change your kernel or system. You can get the source here, although I am not sure they still have drivers for older kernels:

    stable - Linux Wireless
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