From: Des Dougan <ddougan@vc...> - 2004-04-08 17:17:04
I've been running 0.6 for a couple of weeks, and had some success when I
took my laptop (Dell D800, Intel Centrino chipset) on a recent business
trip. When I got back, I booted up to connect to my home AP. ndiswrapper
loaded OK, I could see my AP, ESSID and key were successfully set, but
when I did ifup wlan0, I couldn't get an IP address it timed out,
I brought the laptop into work, and had the same problem. Both APs are
Linksys G devices, and both are handing out IPs to other devices, so
it's obviously a problem with my laptop, but I'm damned if I can figure
I'm running SuSE 9.0, with a vanilla 2.6.1 kernel.
Director, Information and Computing Services
Vancouver Community College
ddougan at vcc dot ca
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