[PlanetCCRMA] ooops - no network
oded at ccrma.Stanford.EDU
Sun Oct 9 13:02:49 PDT 2011
The reason I suspect it does relate to rt-kernel is that I can get network
ok on the normal fedora kernel
Any ideas, anyone?
oded at ccrma.stanford.edu
On Thu, 6 Oct 2011, Ben Mushol wrote:
> Your issue may not be related to the CCRMA kernel but rather a recent FC
> I am preparing a dell laptop for the FC 15 CCRMA (WIP) kernel. I didn't
> even get as far as you have , just clean install of FC 15 and the first
> update of all packages via yum and the wireless stopped working (device not
> I'm focusing on that since I had not installed the CCRMA kernel yet. These
> problems may be related. Let me know if your problem is still ongoing and I
> will share my solution with you.
> On Wed, Oct 5, 2011 at 1:46 PM, Oded Ben-Tal <oded at ccrma.stanford.edu>
> I just updated my system after a few months and I have a
> When I use the rt kernel
> 126.96.36.199-149.rt31.2.fc14.ccrma.i686.rtPAE The
> wireless network doesn't work (device not active). It did work
> untill the
> update and there were some network related updates among the
> long list of
> packages (iwl-1000 network-manager perhaps more).
> The wireless network is ok with an earlier rt kernel
> As well as with the normal fedora kernel 188.8.131.52-74.fc14.i686
> I'm running ffado for firewire kernel, which didn't use to work
> without the
> ccrma adapted kernel (or did I get that wrong?).
> Any ideas how I restore network on th newer rt kernel?
> I'm running FC14 on a lenovo T400 if that is of any help.
> I presume it's not likely there will be a bugfix since FC15 & 16
> are coming
> to ruin everything...
> Oded Ben-Tal
> oded at ccrma.stanford.edu
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