Re: Wireless usb adaptor
- From: Inge Svensson <ingesvensson@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 15 Jan 2009 20:11:14 +0100
John Bowling skrev:
Inge Svensson wrote:I think I've done both with the same result, but I'm not sure. For the
Inge Svensson skrev:
Maybe this is a Windows problem, but as I haven't found a solution inI just found out that in YaST -> Network units -> Network settings ->
Windows perhaps you know of a openSUSE solution.
I've upgraded my Windows driver for Belkin F5D7050YY Wireless G USB
adaptor because in Windows I was often disconnected. After the upgrade
that problem was mostly solved, but instead when I booted to openSUSE
11.1 I got no connection to the network like before until I disconnected
the usb device and reconnected it again. Maybe there is a was to in a
script "disconnect" and "reconnect" it at start up. Or even better find
what's causing the problem.
Edit the wireless card -> Common -> Activate device I can choose When
unit is connected, but is have no effect in the field under overview
after I've clicked next twice.
Do you reboot or shutdown? The windows driver may set up something in the
device that Linux can't work with, and it may need a power down on the
device to clear it out with a fresh power on restart. That may be why the
disconnect and reconnect work.
time being I can't try because I've installed the old driver in Windows
and it has worked for some time, but I've been running openSUSE to try
to get my camcorder to work with kdenlive.
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