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Re: iwl3945 status in fedora7



On Thursday 24 May 2007 02:24am, Steve Hill wrote:
> Kevin Kofler writes:
> >> hi,will we see iwl3945 in fedora7 by default.
> >
> > Fedora 7 is going to ship the new iwlwifi driver which supports the
> > IPW3945abg chipset.
>
> Rawhide appears to be shipping the iwl3945 driver at the moment (test 4
> had iwlwifi).  Whilest iwl3945 is very unstable when combined with
> NetworkManager, it does at least work for me to some extent - I couldn't
> get iwlwifi to work at all.  I'm currently testing iwl3945 without
> NetworkManager to see if that works around my stability problems (and I
> note there are quite a few iwl3945 bugs in bugzilla).

I have a co-worker with an IPW3945 in his ThinkPad and a couple of other 
friends who have the IPW3945 in their notbooks.  They have all reported that 
they can not use NetworkManager with it.  Apparently, it's a well known 
problem that NetworkManager doesn't play (at all?) nicely with IPW3945 cards 
using either the older daemon or the newer drivers.

I haven't heard reports yet in testing with F7 on their notebooks, but I know 
at least one of them was doing so.  If there is any new info regarding those 
tests, I'll try to post it here.

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