Wireless issues, but oddly the opposite of what you normally hear....
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Wed Dec 3 01:05:05 UTC 2008
Karl F. Larsen wrote:
> Derek Broughton wrote:
>> Of course, it's a wireless issue. Not only that, but
>> what evidence do you have that Steve's computer has _ever_ gone from
>> country to another? (Or for that matter that if there was no
>> password, it would work?)
> In this person's first email he said both Windows and Linux WiFi
> work fine at home with an open WiFi router.
Yes he does - you have an incredible ability to jump to conclusions (not
a bad thing in itself, but it must get you in at least as much trouble
as it gets you out of). So that just means that with _his_ router, and
no password, everything works. It doesn't mean that there isn't a wifi
problem - and right now things are pointing to the iwl3945 bug that
prevents it from accessing channel 13 properly.
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