On Sun, Feb 15, 2009 at 07:19:14PM +0100, Volker Krueger wrote:
I have often a problem with the wireless driver iwlagn after wakeup from
When i attempt to connect to a wireless network, it very often results
in the machine hanging: I can see that the root process event/1 consumes
100% computation time and keyboard input does not work anymore. All I
can do is turn off the machine using the powerbutton.
Sometimes, the HW-switch for the wireless manages to shut down the
wireless driver, which also stops the event/1 process from using 100%
computation time. Then, a rmmod and modprobe of iwlagn _sometimes_ helps.
This concerns the X200s, opensuse and kernel 2.6.27.
Which specific 2.6.27 kernel?
I say this as we have fixed some iwlagn driver issues very recently
(last week), so if you could verify that the kernel in the
kernel-of-the-day still has these problems (or not), and let us know,
that would be great.
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