[driverloader] Wirless network needs manual activation to work

Jan Bezem jabezem at hotmail.com
Sun Jan 16 22:34:34 EST 2005


In the mean time, the problem was solved. All I had to do, was reactivate 
the option "activate device at computer startup" in the network control 
panel and everything worked like it should again. I didn't realize I removed 
the "eth1" device earlier and thus removed all my previous settings. Anyway, 
thought the solution might still be of some use for FC3 users experiencing 
similar problems.
Conclusion: sorry, my mistake! ;)



>From: "Linuxant support (Jonathan)" <support at linuxant.com>
>Reply-To: support at linuxant.com
>To: Jan Bezem <jabezem at hotmail.com>
>CC: driverloader at lists.linuxant.com
>Subject: Re: [driverloader] Wirless network needs manual activation to work
>Date: Sun, 16 Jan 2005 14:32:57 -0500
>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
>support at linuxant.com
>Jan Bezem wrote:
>>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 
>>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!
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