jeevanullas at gmail.com
Mon Jun 11 10:17:45 UTC 2007
You must use ipw3945 driver. The in-built driver iwl3945 doesn't works.
See http://fedorasolved.org on a working howto.
On 6/11/07, Timothy Murphy <tim at birdsnest.maths.tcd.ie> wrote:
> Oliver Ruebenacker wrote:
> > Even after clean install, wireless nightmare continues. I can
> > connect now for a few minutes or so, and then the connection slows
> > down and finally collapses. This is Intel Pro Wireless 3945 on a Dell
> > Latitude D820 with Fedora 7 clean install. And NetworkManager.
> > Right now I am trying to find out whether NetworkManager is causing
> > the problems or merely is making it unnecessarily hard to fix them.
> I think if you have any WiFi problems,
> NetworkManager (NM) makes them harder to diagnose -
> it just adds another layer of obfuscation.
> I would switch NM off, and see if the problems persist.
> Timothy Murphy
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