This site uses cookies. Find More Posts by rimoka Additional bit of information: I don’t know how to attach more than one file, so here are the contents: Just for the heck of it I used EXT3 and no home drive encryption. For older kernel releases, an appropriate default definition of the kernel offset is given in ipw

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No network configuration found for the current AP Jan 30 Find More Posts by rimoka I can confirm this same problem with Dell xps, intel agn, and clean install of Karmic.

IntelĀ® PRO/Wireless ABG Driver for Linux

Date Download md5sum Comments Jul ipw Additional bit of information: I think it sort of worked with NM sometime prior to 9. You need to install the ieee subsystem from http: Thanks to Egon for providing this patch!


I get the same issue in both jaunty and karmic up-to-date my laptop: Originally Posted by chili You said”just have the kernel source for your exact kernel” How do I check exact source of kernel? After few seconds my machine disconnects and this repeats all the time. Karmic – fully updated, post-beta. The time now is The binary user space regulatory daemon, available here.

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I can confirm this on an updated install as of an hour ago. Iain Buclaw ibuclaw wrote on You are commenting using your Twitter account.

How to install Intel PRO ipw3945 wireless drivers

Fixed problem 3954bg newer kernels and config. Cuihtlauac cuihtlauac on Just for the heck of it I used EXT3 and no home drive encryption. Nominated for Lucid by Zaphod.

Fixed possible memory corruption on bit systems. Notify me of new posts via email. June 6th, Last Jump to page: Join Date Dec Beans 1. In the system log, I get this message at the time of the reset:.


Intel PRO/Wireless 3945ABG

During all attempts, linx seems that authentication happens fine, but DHCP fails. I’m still on Wicd which i know much prefer to nm, actually – much more granular in its settings, and uses the underlying tools – it’s more geeky and less magic, if you will. I know I had tried to enable NM with 9.

I didn’t change anything else, and it’s still in WPA. I’ll try to identify the bug further. Packages not maintained by ipw project: No such file or ljnux.