[driverloader] I lose the configuration after the reboot
becky.bositampen at tele2.ch
Sat May 14 14:14:18 EDT 2005
I have this file /etc/sysconfig/network
My Linux : RedHat9 kernel 2.4.20-31.9 i686
De : James Sparenberg [mailto:james at linuxrebel.us]
Envoyé : samedi, 14. mai 2005 03:59
À : Becky Bositampen
Objet : RE: [driverloader] I lose the configuration after the reboot
On Fri, 2005-05-13 at 20:34 +0200, Becky Bositampen wrote:
> After the reboot, I lose the wireless configuration. I check with the
> network configuration tool of my Linux, the wireless is deactivated. To
> reactivate it, I run "cardctl insert": the wireless card is on then I
> the Web Configurator, I upload the Windows XP driver. The wireless is
> activated, the connection is established. I must make this handling with
> each reboot. How to avoid that?
If you have this file (I don't know your distro)
Does it say
NETWORKING=yes or no?
> I'm using the latest version of DriverLoader 2.27. I installed it with
> Thanks a lot,
> -----Message d'origine-----
> De : Linuxant support (Jonathan) [mailto:support at linuxant.com]
> Envoyé : vendredi, 13. mai 2005 12:18
> À : Becky Bositampen
> Cc : driverloader at lists.linuxant.com
> Objet : Re: [driverloader] I lose the configuration after the reboot
> for the configuration problem, if you use low level tools such as
> 'iwconfig' and 'ifconfig' to configure the wireless interface, it is
> normal that these settings are not remembered after a reboot. We
> recommend that you use the network configuration tool provided in your
> Linux distribution to configure the wireless interface.
> Since you are using a CardBus (32-bit PCMCIA) wireless card, please make
> sure that you are using the latest version of DriverLoader (currently
> 2.27) as in this version we have introduced a workaround for a problem
> to start on boot the wireless interface on some machines with CardBus
> wireless cards.
> If the 'device is busy' error message is generated because of
> DriverLoader, then please try with different versions of the Windows XP
> driver, it is possible that one of them will fix the problem.
> Alternatively, you could try to run the 'dldrstop' command in a root
> shell just before you reboot the machine.
> Technical specialist / Linuxant
> support at linuxant.com
> Becky Bositampen wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I installed and configured the " DriverLoader " the Trial version under
> > Redhat 9 Kernel 2.4.20-31.9 i686 for my CardBus Wireless Linksys 802.11G
> > Broadcom. Everything works well. I have connection. But when I reboot
> > machine, I lose the configuration. I must again reconfigure the
> > driver. At the machine shutdown, the filesystem /usr is not
> > dismounted, I have the message " device is busy ".
> > What must I make to maintain the configuration of the driver and well to
> > dismount the /usr during the shutdown ?
> > Thanks,
> > Bky
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