[Bug 276990] Re: iwlagn causes kernel panic on 802.11n wifi

Winckler winckler at campogeral.com.br
Tue Oct 21 23:32:41 UTC 2008

@Leann Ogasawara

I did reboot. Without the option "11n_disable", the card worked for
non-N networks (as before). But, as soon as I connected to a N network
and open Vuze (old Azureus), I got a kernel panic.

Now I'm working WITH the backport and the option, and everything is

I have the feeling that there are two different bugs in this thread too.
The difference, I guess, is the relationship with N networks, or not.

If you would like, I can try to get a picture of my kernel panic. Would
it help?

iwlagn causes kernel panic on 802.11n wifi
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