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Re: Netbook wifi, wlan0 and inet6 address (F10)



Anne Wilson wrote:
On Tuesday 06 January 2009 23:58:33 Steven I Usdansky wrote:
Wireless is working fine on my Aspire One in F10 (using GNOME and
connecting via NetworkManager). Kernel is 2.6.27.9-159.fc10.i686 if that
makes any difference.

I have the same kernel.

~$ sudo lsmod | grep ath
dm_multipath           17164  0
ath5k                 112520  0
mac80211              173668  1 ath5k
cfg80211               23816  2 ath5k,mac80211

My output is very different - which may be the result of my various efforts to get a driver running - whether ath5k or madwifi:

lsmod | grep ath
dm_multipath           17164  0
ath_rate_sample        14848  1
ath_pci               162360  0
wlan                  189748  4 wlan_scan_sta,ath_rate_sample,ath_pci
ath_hal               302176  3 ath_rate_sample,ath_pci

and, FWIW, my startup configuration:
/etc/rc3.d$ ls
K01dnsmasq       K75ntpdate        S08ip6tables       S50bluetooth
K01livesys-late  K76openvpn        S08iptables        S58ntpd
K01smartd        K85mdmonitor      S12rsyslog         S80sendmail
K05anacron       K87multipathd     S13irqbalance      S85gpm
K05saslauthd     K87restorecond    S22messagebus      S90crond
K10psacct        K89netplugd       S23wpa_supplicant  S90kerneloops
K15httpd         K89rdisc          S25netfs           S90smolt
K25sshd          K90network        S26haldaemon       S95atd
K50netconsole    K95firstboot      S26lm_sensors      S96avahi-daemon
K73winbind       K99livesys        S26udev-post       S98cups
K74nscd          S00microcode_ctl  S27NetworkManager  S99local
K75fuse          S06cpuspeed       S28portreserve

ls /etc/rc3.d
K01smartd K73winbind K90network S14nfslock S55sshd K05saslauthd K73ypbind K90shorewall S15mdmonitor S58ntpd K10psacct K74lm_sensors K91capi S18rpcidmapd S80sendmail
K10zvbid           K74nscd         K91wifiroamd      S19rpcgssd         S85gpm
K20hddtemp K75fuse K95firstboot S22messagebus S90crond K20nfs K75ntpdate S00microcode_ctl S25netfs S90kerneloops K24irda K76openvpn S06cpuspeed S26acpid S90smolt
K36mysqld          K84btseed       S08ip6tables      S26haldaemon       S95atd
K45arpwatch K84bttrack S08iptables S26pcscd S96avahi-daemon K50netconsole K85racoon S09isdn S26udev-post S97yum-updatesd K50snmpd K87multipathd S11auditd S27NetworkManager S98cups K50snmptrapd K87restorecond S12rsyslog S28portreserve S99anacron K50wpa_supplicant K89netplugd S13irqbalance S28setroubleshoot S99dnsmasq K69rpcsvcgssd K89rdisc S13rpcbind S50bluetooth S99local

I don't see wpa_supplicant in there.

[root AAO ~]# service network status
Configured devices:
lo eth0 wlan0
Currently active devices:
lo eth0 wifi0 wlan0
[root AAO ~]# service NetworkManager status
NetworkManager (pid  2240) is running...

chkconfig --list network
network         0:off   1:off   2:off   3:off   4:off   5:off   6:off
[root AAO ~]# chkconfig --list NetworkManager
NetworkManager  0:off   1:off   2:on    3:on    4:on    5:on    6:off

Is 'network' running? I would have thought that 'Currently active devices:' means that it is. If it is, why? chkconfig says it isn't being activated.

Anne

If you are running the kernel-2.6.27 the correct driver will be ath5K_pci .
If your running kernel-2.6.26 you'll have to use the madwifi driver, but sure to blacklist the driver originally supplied by Fedora.

When kernel-2.6.27 came out it had the correct drivers fot the Atheros wireless card 2.6.26 did not.


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