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If that is not possible, due to wireless router firewall stealthing (I have a rather crash-prone Belkin wireless router at the moment), the next attempt would presumably be to ping the After deleting the input, the input text field works as expected. Load them during boot in /etc/modules.autoload.d/kernel-2.6. Not a huge deal... Check This Out

Like Show 0 Likes (0) Actions 42. It actually receives. > > > connecting to it is a different matter, however, as the connection always > > appears to time out. That's why I wrote: > >>> But it would have helped if Jeff had posted `dmesg | grep rtl8187 && > >>> iwconfig` in the same post to prove the point. In generic terms you'll need to install the necessary driver for your WiFi device (either the new one in the kernel or emerge net-wireless/rtl8187, or ndiswrapper and the MS Windows driver).

This feature should be re-instated. I reinstalled update.1-691 and it's working again. Looks nice! Kernel 2.6.23-gentoo-r3 fails to emerge > any driver whatsoever.

Looks like exactly the problem I am experiencing with wifi.Ta, Clive Like Show 0 Likes (0) Actions 32. Now, when I run iwlist wlan0 scanning, I can actually see my access point listed, plus lots of other local wireless networks. I'm using wpa_supplicant to configure for my networks, emerge wpa_supplicant. /etc/conf.d/net: ---------------- #dhcp is default on all devices modules=( "wpa_supplicant" ) wpa_supplicant_wlan0="-Dwext" /etc/wpa_supplicant/wpa_supplicant.conf: ---------------------------------------- ctrl_interface=/var/run/wpa_supplicant # Let any member of the Sorry, didn't see that.

The reason I don't want NAT is I want my virtual machine to get it's ip from DHCP on the Windows network so I can test etc. RSS Activity: Does not really work. Jaime Balbino (jaimebalb [at] gmail [dot] com) 06 november 2007 Running Build 231 on two OLPC laptops. I'll check and confirm this tonight.

Wifi See this guide. However, after getting the network running, experienced the same problem below with repeated '1's appearing in an input text field (actually Google's search field) immediately afterwards. I have tried kernels 2.6.23-r2, 2.6.23-r3, and 2.21-r4. Works fine except the frame around the edge is very slow to appear.

See also . Sorry, didn't see that. For more advanced trainees it can be a desktop reference, and a collection of the base knowledge needed to proceed with system and network administration. martsch build-193 20061203_1714 ext3.img Qemu 0.8.2-windows, kqemu-1.3.0pre9 Intel 2.16 GHz, 2GB RAM, XP Pro SP2 Same mouse and keyboard issue.

but I can't see the internet from gentoo... his comment is here emerging firefox as I type - I hate konq - it's a touch laggy... Word Doc is IMHO patent-encumbered. You can download it here:http://www.hauke-m.de/fileadmin/vmware/vmware-wireless.patchThe patched vmnet.tar can be found here:http://www.hauke-m.de/fileadmin/vmware/vmnet.tar (it is based on the vmnet out of the VMware Workstation 6.0.1)Hi,Can you please explain how to apply this?

the one you mention.I think I :- better use the org vmnet.tar, - set my eth0 to a static address, - set vmnet0-bridge to eth0 (vmware -wants- one bridge) and - Used the "modprobe i8042" fix but it ctrl-alt-1 and ctrl-alt-2 do not work so I could not switch back from ctrl-alt-3 after modprobe. When I try to run dhcpcd wlan0 the first time, I get Error, wlan0: timed out The second time I try to run it, I get an error because dhcpcd is this contact form For example, say which build you tried, what system you were using, and how the build worked for you.

You definitely need to put some hint balloons in that GUI, it's hard to understand what's what towsonu2003, 2007.02.17 stream-development-build-239-20070118_1416-devel_ext3.img qeumu 0.8.0 Ubuntu 6.06LTS, Linux 2.6.15-27-386, Centrino 1280MB RAM when Qemu Looking forward to the GM. Main Menu LQ Calendar LQ Rules LQ Sitemap Site FAQ View New Posts View Latest Posts Zero Reply Threads LQ Wiki Most Wanted Jeremy's Blog Report LQ Bug Syndicate Latest

Script Cat Joyride 1522 devel_jffs2 G1G1 system Dec2007 updated to Q2D08 firmware A good build; I'd recommend upgrading to it Wireless works Newsreader app won't save feeds, possibly due to isolation

To be able to view the entire eToys screen, had to edit the Grub boot entry and change the display size to vga=0x317 To_be_created build-182 20061114_2135 devel_ext3.img Qemu 0.6.2 from Debian You have seen this, right? > > > > http://gentoo-wiki.com/HARDWARE_rtl8187 > > > > > I think I need some more info in /etc/conf.d/net, and need somehow to > > > It crapped out at the end with the error "New build not signed won't boot without a developer key" Chuck 656 G1G1 xo -1 Power management / sleep function seems not Probably, some back end mechanics is different.

eToys Activity: No time to play with it, takes ages to load. Also running gentoo Yay! Maximize/Minimize if on the WUXGA Screen can be delayed by upto 10 seconds. navigate here I.e., if you're using vmnet0 and your wifi adapter is at eth1, have you instructed VMWare to bridge those two devices?

Re: No Internet on VMWare WS w/ Linux 2.6.22 kernel Chris Morgan Jan 25, 2008 2:05 PM (in response to Hauke-m) Great patch man. Once I enabled the 'Generic IEEE 802.11 Networking Stack (mac80211)' option in Networking --> Wireless, the Realtek RTL8187 USB support option appears in Device Drivers --> Network Device Support --> Wireless See here for howto. It looks like the ui spec changed, and some activities are still catching up.