[driverloader] Wirless network needs manual activation to work

Linuxant support (Jonathan) support at linuxant.com
Sun Jan 16 14:32:57 EST 2005


it seems that the file 
'/etc/driverloader/config/PCI-0000:03:00.0-104C:9066-010E:16EC' is on a 
read only partition at the moment that DriverLoader attempts to write in 
this file.

It is quite possible that the partition holding the '/etc/driverloader' 
directory is mounted as read only, then the 'network' or the 
'driverloader' services are started and after, the partition is 
re-mounted as read/write.

You could modify your init. scripts so that the partition holding the 
'/etc/driverloader' directory will be writeable before the 'network' 
service is started. Alternatively, since you are using Fedora Core 3, 
you could try to add the following lines at the end of your 
'/etc/rc.local' file :

modprobe driverloader
ifup eth1


Technical specialist / Linuxant
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Jan Bezem wrote:
> Hello,
> I'll just get straight to my point: in "dmesg" there's the following 
> line which prevents my wireless network from connecting automatically.
> "driverloader: OsConfigOpenWrite: cannot open 
> /etc/driverloader/config/PCI-0000:03:00.0-104C:9066-010E:16EC for 
> writing (err=-30)"
> Therfore I need to activate the wirless network manually (and become 
> root) every time I need it to work. How can I stop this?
> Thanks in advance!
> Jan
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