Re: Problems with ipw2200 wireless in FC6

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Em Terça 05 Dezembro 2006 10:41, Matthew Saltzman escreveu:
> On Tue, 5 Dec 2006, Marcelo Magno T. Sales wrote:
> > Matthew,
> >
> > Em Segunda 04 Dezembro 2006 09:56, Matthew Saltzman escreveu:
> >> On Mon, 4 Dec 2006, Marcelo Magno T. Sales wrote:
> >>> Yes, I use the knetworkmanager, which is the same. No problem in
> >>> connecting to wireless networks when the card is correctly shown as
> >>> eth1, but it halts for a while when getting the IP address from DHCP if
> >>> the NIC is shown as __tmp1804289383 and then it stays off-line.
> >>
> >> yum --enablerepo=updates-testing update initscripts.  Then reboot.
> >>
> >> You should not need the /etc/iftab file I described before.
> >
> > Thanks very much for your help, that did solve the problem.
> > I think that this other one has probably nothing to do with the
> > initscripts, but I still get the __tmp1804289383 device when I wake up
> > the notebook from suspend to RAM. Do you know if there's a way to get the
> > wireless NIC working without rebooting after suspending?
> I'm not seeing this problem (at least not to date).
> Do you have HWADDR lines in /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-eth*?
> If not, open system-config-network, select each interface and edit it,
> select the Hardware tab on the pop-up window, click Probe, then close that
> window and save the results.
> Let us know if that helps.

The problem still shows when waking up from suspend, even with the HWADDR 
But worse than this is that it still happens sometimes when the computer is 
booted, even with the new initscripts. It seems that if I use the notebook in 
a place where there's no wireless network available, the NIC is shown as 
__tmp1804289383 the next time I boot it in a place where there is a wireless 
network I can connect. Then I restart the computer and it shows up as eth1 
again and works. I little inconvenient, though.


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