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Re: networkManager is killing me



You are not giving any useful information here to help resolve the problem. What you are doing is just blaming NetWorkManager and asking if drastic solutions fit the unstated problem. The problem may not be NetworkManager, but something quite different.

I never have a connectivity problem with NetWorkManager in Fedora 11 x86_64 on a Dell Latitude E6400 laptop. I've done nothing special. I just wireless away and surf to my heart's content. If I need to do heavy downloads I connect a cable and download away. Works smooth as you could want.

I have noted that people using Microsoft Windows software drivers have problems with some Intel wireless adapters such as the Wireless 5300 a/g/n.

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in environments where there are numerous access points with the ssid "linksys". So what I'm saying is, look into resolving possible connectivity issues that may have little or nothing to do with NetWorkManager.


Bob Cochran


On 07/25/2009 03:04 PM, Kevin Kempter wrote:
Hi all;

since the last networkManager update I've been having increasing lockups. It's
now at the point where more often than not I boot my machine (Dell M6400
running Fedora 10 x86_64), login and within a minute or two the machine locks
up and shuts off.

The only way I can work now for more than a few minutes is to disable wireless
in networkManager.

I need to fix this today, I'm thinking about one of the following (which are
all ugly, time consuming options):

1) backup my data and install Fedora 11
2) backup my data and install Kubuntu
3) somehow fix nm so I can once again use wireless?


Any suggestions?



Thanks in advance...




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