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Re: No WLAN with updatet kernel



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Alexander Dalloz wrote:
| Am Mo, den 27.06.2005 schrieb Truls Gulbrandsen um 19:29:
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|
|>after updating the kernel I am no longer able to obtain an IP-adress
|>from my router.  Loading the previous kernel makes everything working
fine.
|>
|>My configuration is an IBM TP T23 with a Cisco 350 Series PCMCIA Wlan
card.
|>
|>Does anyone have an ide for a different workaround or should I wait for
|>the next kernel update?
|
|
|>Truls Gulbrandsen
|
|
| Which kernel module does this specific WLAN card use? (Sorry, a bit lazy
| at the moment to google search myself.)
|
| Alexander
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|
Maybe this is what you are looking for:

The 350 Series Wlan Adapter is using  <airo_cs>

Truls
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