From: Benjamin Reed <breed@al...> - 2001-03-14 20:57:53
It is something that can be ignored. Newer drivers do the ignoring for
you. (I don't know what it means...)
Ørjan Sandland <orjan@...>@csl.cse.ucsc.edu on 03/14/2001 11:00:12
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Subject: [Aironet] Got weird status 800
I get this error message on my Linux console: "airo: Got weird status 800"
As I'm using the linux machine as an access point, it doesn't bother me,
I wonder if there's anything I can do about it.
Aironet 340 PCI in a P-II 350MHz, RedHat v7.0 running as access point.
Aironet 340 PCMCIA and 352 PCMCIA (encryption turned off) in my Dell
Any thoughts? Thanks in advance.
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Except for one tiny point. Having it do that thousands of times in a Very
Short Space Of Time [like 5 minutes], on an SMP box is a Bad Thing.
syslogd starts using 100% cpu, and if you're lucky enough to unload the
module, then reload, the card is still in some funny status, and keeps
doing it. That's actually the major problem with SMP :)
On Wed, 14 Mar 2001, Benjamin Reed wrote:
> It is something that can be ignored. Newer drivers do the ignoring for
> you. (I don't know what it means...)