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then it just froze... Still a bit buggy though, but I've never encountered power saving modes on other kinds of laptops that actually work anyway. according to the site they fixed some issues with 'stall detection' and 'link on/off' Which sounds about right for my prob... Remaining Tests Red Infrared port not tested yetOverheating issues. weblink
The only thing that I can think I'm doing wrong is not enabling NAT in the config.pl . I think that the problem I have may be more basic. If it is Linux Related and doesn't seem to fit in any other forum then this is the place. If I have an AP MAC address, 00:15:E9:19:73:F2 (for example), how would I ping this?
Clive Like Show 0 Likes (0) Actions 34. When this is all set-up I plan on righting detailed HOWTOs for gentoo 2.6 kernel AND this stupid WiFi card. Clicking on "Full entry" does not open the web page. Anyhoo, the new ver of that adm GPL Driver just got done so I'm gonna reboot and try it out *crossing fingers* And I'll post back here...
Have you run two NICs before? 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 > After deleting the input, the input text field works as expected. Add to kernel-2.6 like above.
After rebooting into update.1-691 using the o game button, browser would not start. No keyboard, but mouse ok. Could be a problem when activity is shared with a few olpc and the bar fills fast. 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.
kierl View Public Profile View LQ Blog View Review Entries View HCL Entries Find More Posts by kierl 10-08-2004, 04:10 PM #18 kierl Member Registered: Oct 2002 Location: Utah Like Show 0 Likes (0) Actions 37. I'll look into it.BTW: Virtualbox-1.5.0-OSE has no problems whatsoever, could look at that source-code.. DHCP won't work if there's no correct WPA > setup anyway. > > -hwh ifconfig only shows the eth0 and lo interfaces, whereas iwconfig shows info on the wireless interface, but
SD/MMC Card Reader Linux Kernel Configuration: Enable SD Card Reader Device Drivers ---> <*> MMC/SD card support [ ] MMC debugging [ ] Allow unsafe resume (DANGEROUS) --- MMC/SD Card Drivers Jay M 15:00, 4 Dec 07 (PST) olpc-redhat-stream-development-build- 0622-20071026_0633-devel_ext3.img qemu 0.9.0 + kqemu Tecra M3 Intel 1.7GHz 1MB, Windows XP Pro Work really well with network, full screen after font size The time now is 01:10 PM. Sound won't work neither with =alsa-driver-1.0.15 first releases (same reason) We can wait next releases of this kernel or wait for alsa-driver to include this patch in the mercurial or the
You can not post a blank message. have a peek at these guys Just wanted to say it's running on Vista RC2 ACluk90. Used the "modprobe i8042" fix but it needed to be run three times before OK. Junior41180 Linux - Distributions 3 01-25-2005 12:11 PM gentoo (2004.2) livecd (minimal) ghazz Linux - Distributions 4 01-17-2005 08:57 PM Triple Boot, Mandrake 10.1, Gentoo 2004.3, WinXP - LiLo SyphonFilterX Mandriva
All I need to do is stop it timing out and connect to it :-/ Jeff -- gentoo-user [at] gentoo mailing list hilse at web Dec22,2007,8:30AM Post #24 of 27 (2949 views) Permalink had to modprobe 6 times to get mouse and keyboard to run. But my network setup has been a royal PITA. check over here 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
Better get that out of the way so we don't forget it... Now, when I run iwlist wlan0 scanning, I can actually see my access point listed, plus lots of other local wireless networks. Great use of screenspace, etc.
I wonder if this is part of the > problem.
No sound so far. From guest (Win XP) I can ping host but nothing beyond. I updated instructions -- Skierpage 19:06, 3 December 2006 (EST) 59-20060808_1153 ext3.img QEmu 0.8.2 kqemu-1.3.0pre9 Dell Latitude D600 1.5GHz 512MB RAM, XP SP2 Booted into GUI successfully --Tomhannen 21:33, 17 November well for the most part.
Now to my next issue. Jul 23, 2007 olpc-redhat-stream-development-devel_ext3.img - build 511 qemu-0.9.0-windows Pentium 4 3.0GHz, 1Gb RAM, XP Pro SP2 Since this hasnt been updated for a while: Boots and runs OK. Should all this succeed you can > work your way up from there. > > PS. http://thumbd.net/wireless-not/wireless-not-working-in-ubuntu-10-10.html but I can't see the internet from gentoo...
No way to show camera in full-screen mode. Still pretty slow. working alsa-driver >= 1.0.15 or kernel >= 2.6.24Run:# echo "options snd_hda_intel model=acer" >> /etc/modprobe.d/alsa Afterwards run update-modules, then rmmod snd_hda_intel && modprobe snd_hda_intel. Incoming Links Re: can't bridge to wlan0 Share This Page Legend Correct Answers - 10 points Search: Gentoo Wiki Acer_Aspire_7720GThis article is part of the Hardware series.Laptops • TV Tuner
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 Maybe I'll load up Unreal Tournament to test out the performance...