Kenneth P. Turvey
kt-usenet at squeakydolphin.com
Sun Apr 13 20:39:42 BST 2008
On Sun, 13 Apr 2008 08:27:59 -0700, Pastor JW wrote:
> I don't remember any either. Here are the notes I used:
> Description: When using the ipw3945 wireless module, the network
> can drop or lockup during heavy transfer rates.
> Impact: Wireless connection drops. Data transfer stops.
> Workaround: Use network module iwl3945 instead.
> Create a file called /etc/modprobe.d/blacklist-ipw3945 and add:
> blacklist ipw3945
> Add to /etc/modules: iwl3945
> Reboot. After the system restarts, verify that the module iwl3945 (and
> ipw3945) is loaded:
> $ lsmod | egrep 'Module|iwl|ipw'
> You should see an output that looks like:
> Module Size Used by
> iwl3945 88168 0
> iwlwifi_mac80211 175112 1 iwl3945
> cfg80211 7304 1 iwlwifi_mac80211
> As seen, only the iwl3945 module is loaded. Hope this helps! It was
> enough the even I could do it! Of course it was done on a laptop which
> had "Gutsy" factory installed.
I tried this and it worked. I guess you just have to have the driver in
the /etc/modules file when you reboot for the name of the interface to
get worked out and all.
Strangely the signal strength is listed as being 3 out of 4 bars now when
I'm only a few feet from the router. Not that it matters, as long as
everything else works. I'll post in a few days to note whether or not
this solves all the problems.
Thank you all.
Kenneth P. Turvey <kt-usenet at squeakydolphin.com>
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