February 8th, 2. I have try all options from exactly the same man page without work. You will have to download, extract and provide the firmware, as explained in section 6. Should I further try to get my wireless card work or is this hopeless and I should give this up? BTW, you do not need aceracpi , your kernel should have acer-wmi which is the in-kernel successor of aceracpi. Detected geography ZZM 11 Reply Quote 0 1 Reply Last reply.
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In both cases, place the following lines in loader.
Intel® PRO/Wireless BG Driver for Linux
BTW, you do not need aceracpiyour kernel should have acer-wmi which is the in-kernel successor of aceracpi. Our Mission As host of the pfSense open source firewall project, Netgate believes in enhancing network connectivity that maintains both security and privacy.
The only one big problem ist, that this driver is for Ontel. As a result, your viewing experience will be diminished, and you may not be able to execute some actions. inhel
Intel PRO/Wireless 2100, 2200 and 2915 devices
Add this 7 Lines at the end:. Your answer helped me to focus on ipw so, I’m accepting it. That’s because I lied: Should I further try to get my wireless card work or is this hopeless and I should give this up?
Join Date Oct Beans Add this 7 Lines at the end: Hmmm … the drivers works, i have try ad-hoc and see it. Is the iwi 4 driver integrated? For first i have install a newer version from pfsense becourse the FreeBSD version.
Yes – thank you. At the moment i have installed 1.
Intel® PRO/Wireless 2200BG Network Connection
Where do I find loader. But is it possible that this driver iwi dont can do a Access Point?
See our newsletter archive for past announcements. Radio Frequency Kill Switch is On. The firmware is now incorporated into the base system – see here for the announcement.
I hope its work for you: If requested firmware is not available, no wireless interface will be created.
Support for Intel® PRO/Wireless BG Network Connection
But Question to the DEVs I remember having to set the license accept variable before, but you used to have to copy the firmware in yourself. A minor annoyance I’ve learned to live with, but any ideas? Maybe build the Kernel Modules and itnel it? Frequent wireless disconnection Thanks! I’d also try turning off power management at the driver if it’s on: This is also available in the nonfree-firmware tarball which is built regularly on cdimage.
I tried so far: As a ontel note, from what I read in your log: