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Re: New thread, broadcom 802-11 related



On Thursday 20 April 2006 07:42, Claude Jones wrote:
>On Thu April 20 2006 7:15 am, Anne Wilson wrote:
>> Check ifconfig - they may be using the same interrupt

They are.  And to get it to boot, "noapic noacpi irqpoll 
pd-=assign-busses lapic" are the extra options.

I may try removing them one at a time just for grins.  Anybody that can 
suggest likely reduced combo's that would still work, please chime 
in :)

>At my office, we have both a T1 and a DSL line. My ethernet is  on the
> T1, and the wireless is on the DSL. What appears to happen is that
> the ethernet gets connectivity first, and takes it's DNS settings
> from the DHCP server on our LAN. Then the wireless connects, but as
> far as I can tell, the DNS settings are not overwritten - so, the end
> result is that my wireless connection is trying to use the DNS
> service provided on our LAN - but, maybe I've got it all wrong - I'm
> just looking at GUI interfaces to the underlying stuff - I'll look at
> ifconfig
>--
>Claude Jones
>Bluemont, VA, USA

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