On Thu, 2006-01-05 at 17:04 -0500, Andrew Overholt wrote:
Oh, I stupidly only tried gnome-power-manager's Suspend. Closing
lid works great. Coming out of sleep, the driver is set back at 54M so
I have to manually reset back to 11M.
Yeah, I think that's a known bug. Should get fixed shortly.
Is this auto-rate switching issue something that needs to be further
reverse-engineered or is it just something in the kernel driver (or
something wonky in my case)?
Doesn't even need reverse-engineering. We do it in software; we just
need to implement that part of the low-level 802.11 stack (which is
_also_ being developed alongside the bcm43xx hardware driver).