thanks for the hint!
This idea I had, too, but I was not able to find any kernels >=2.6.28.
Now, I tried again and searched for
There are lots of 2.6.27 and older, but nothing newer.
It seems that you found something?!?
Rafał Miłecki wrote:
2009/1/16 Volker Krueger <vok(a)cvmi.aau.dk>dk>:
I have problems with my wireless driver iwlagn.
all I can say is that it is not possible to log onto our university network.
with Ubuntu, however, I _can_ long on. I was told that Ubuntu has
patched that driver.
So, my problem seems to be a known problem.
Does anyone know anything about this?
If this is matter of some bug that was fixed in Ubuntu, you have to
use newer kernel. Probably 2.6.27 from openSUSE 11.1 is not enought
(try 2.6.28 or 2.6.29-rc2). You can search for kernel package on
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