Email Required, but never shown. Tried it with linux-backports -modules- cw Nov 01 Changes in 1. After regenerating initrd couple of times, now it seems ok. You can force the build to continue by adding:

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Bug # “iwl crashes randomly” : Bugs : linux package : Ubuntu

Hopefully, you can compare the steps from the following steps to the ones you tried. I am no more able to reproduce the problem, with ubuntu kernel inetl.

Do I apply it to compat-wireless program or the kernel? I have the issue with wifi power save inntel so it cant be that.

I received this error as well the first time I tried running make on Ubuntu 8. I disabled power-save like korgman korgie wrote. Once you’ve tested the upstream kernel, 33945 remove the ‘needs- upstream- testing’ tag.

Christopher Downing christopherdowning wrote on I can still use the network, browse and open ssh connections but opening pages is slow on firefox and ssh connections freeze after I receive a lot of data fast eg.


Fix potential driver lockup problem: Here’s my system specs: I did what I should have intep doing in the first place; I booted a Xubuntu 8. Linux Mint Kathya Kernel: Y-rcZ Where X, and Y are the first two numbers of the kernel version, and Z is the release candidate number if it exists.

Intel PRO/Wireless 3945 and WiFi Link 4965 devices

It could also be that the ipw driver is conflicting somehow with the ieee subsystem. I had the same problem. Sign up using Email and Password.

I have changed completely to Linux and all worked well. I have a dell inspriron E that uses intel abg.

Changed in linux Ubuntu: I’m also affected both on an upgraded install from Lucid and when running from a livecd. It’s very slow now. If I try boot with linux-headers- 2.

How to install Intel PRO ipw3945 wireless drivers

Country alpha2 being used: It will only work using my home Windows configured router. We were wondering if this is still an issue?


William Scheidegger william-scheidegger wrote on In lucid, here is the version of linux-firmware package: Fabio Scaravelli fssoftware-deactivatedaccount wrote on Acer Aspireat MS Windows it works just fine – where is that good driver???

Workqueue rework for kernel 2. Download full text Nevermind my pleas, I have finally figured it all out, I reinstalled the kernel itself and everything including pdanet is up and working………glory be thy name, thank you all for putting up with my questions, as well as answering them. Sava sava-f wrote on It will allow additional upstream developers to examine the issue.