thanks for the help so far but..I upgraded the kernel to 3.6 but unfortunatly it doesn't appear to have fixed the issue.any other advice before I just go out and buy another one?
Hi I have a watchguard firewall, and I lost access to the firewall before xmas, therefore I visited the site, upgraded the firewall to the latest firmware but unfortunatly, I am now having similar issues where I will lose access to the firewall, sometimes it will let me in sometimes nothing.
Oh. I had a similar issue when I first installed Waldorf. I'm surprised that the above doesn't have an effect on it, though. The 2nd gen sets are a little different, though. You could use the above link to try to edit kernel boot parameters the same way that I did. If that works, and you start suffering from backlight resetting itself after sleep, get back
Im running F17 on my Toshiba laptop. The problem that just began about 2 weeks ago is the machine freezes when I try to connect to a wifi network via the built in adapter. I have tested the machine with Winblows 7 and the problem doesn't exist with that OS, so I know it's a Linux issue. I have also tested other OS's to see if it is a Fedora issue, or Linux issue.
I am running Ubuntu 10.10 on a Dell Dimension 4700 desktop computer. I just upgraded to 10.10 from the previous version after getting my D-Link wireless adapter back after loaning it out. My internet now won't stay connected.
I purchased USB Wireless adapter which runs smoothly on Windows and Ubuntu, but in BackTrack it showing me Bad password issue. From my reading I guess it's driver issue which BackTrack Kernel don't have drivers for RTL8191SU (my) Adapter.
The Realtek site have drivers for kernels 2.6-2.9.