[driverloader] Slackware 10 problem
Linuxant support (Jonathan)
support at linuxant.com
Mon Jan 17 14:00:30 EST 2005
please disable WPA to see if there is a difference.
If you require more assistance, please send at support at linuxant.com the
output of 'dumpdiag'. Type the following in a root shell:
Just send us the generated file located in /tmp
('driverloaderdiag.txt'). It'll help us solve the problem.
Technical specialist / Linuxant
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Daniel Quintiliani wrote:
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> A few months ago, I used DriverLoader successfully with my
> Linksys WUSB54G Wireless-G USB card, connecting to a Linksys
> WRT54G wireless router using WPA supplicant for encryption. I
> used Slackware 10 with Kernel 2.6.7 (may have been a later 2.6
> Since then, I switched from Linux to a different operating
> system. The other day, I put Linux back on that machine,
> although this time I used the included kernel 2.4.26 because 2.6
> was annoying. My trial period had expired, so I bought a license
> yesterday. The license validates 'OK' but I cannot connect to
> the router.
> "iwlist eth0 scanning" shows the router in range, as well as
> neighbors' routers.
> WPA supplicant gives repeated errors "Authentication with
> 00:00:00:00:00:00 timed out." (Note: That is the address of the
> local loopback, not the MAC address of the router.) And that is
> only after unplugging and plugging the card in and running
> dldrconfig --info again. Creating symlinks dldr_wpa_supplicant
> and dldr_wpa_supplicant.eth0.conf doesn't work either, it gives
> error messages in the dldr_web_supplicant log in /var/log
> I have played with rc.wireless.conf, rc.inet1.conf, and
> netconfig. Nothing works, as iwconfig refuses to connect to the
> The Web configurator works fine. However, trying to access any
> other IP address besides 127.0.0.1 gives an error "network is
> unreachable," any hostname of course does not resolve.
> dmesg shows eth0 being detected and then "Disconnected (0002)."
> Do I need a 2.6 kernel to fix this situation? Or is there
> another solution to this problem (preferred)?
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> - -Dan
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