[Bug 283521] Re: dell xps m1330 wifi light blinks non-stop when connected

mike hancock javaiscoolmike at gmail.com
Thu Oct 16 01:10:23 UTC 2008


I think that you are wrong about there being some traffic flowing.  I
opened system monitor and watched for a full 60 seconds the internet
traffic was at 0(both sending and receiving).  and the whole time the
light was blinking _non-stop_.

attached is a screen shot of system monitor showing the internet traffic
at zero for a full minute. and _yes_ all this time the light was
blinking!

If you really have reason to believe that there _is_ traffic flowing
during this time, then do you think I should file a bug report against
'system monitor' for failing to show that traffic?!

I think i am mis understanding the 'dell project'.  this is a dell-
ubuntu xps m1330 specific issue.  how can this not be a an issue for the
'dell project'.  if it's not, then what kind of bugs should i report to
the 'dell project'? I don't get it!

** Attachment added: "zero network traffic.png"
   http://launchpadlibrarian.net/18591446/zero%20network%20traffic.png

** Also affects: dell
   Importance: Undecided
       Status: New

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dell xps m1330 wifi light blinks non-stop when connected
https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/283521
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