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Could Not Set Interface Wlan0 Flags Cannot Assign Requested Address

It is change in trunk/package/mac80211/files/lib/wifi/mac80211.sh (mac80211_generate_mac()) r36408, that breaks MAC assignment for this device. Uncompressing Linux... Removing wireless-tools has no effect. I build the SD card system redid the boot to use SD file system and got it running nicely - even the log files match. http://homeshareware.com/could-not/write-to-memory-address-c.html

Sending select for 128.12.130.93... Can you verify your .config? Changelog follows: wireless-tools (29-1.1ubuntu2) jaunty; urgency=low * Revert change to bring up the interface before changing wireless settings; the softmac driver this was implemented for is now obsolete, no other drivers The nominations are for backporting released fixes (see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/StableReleaseUpdates).

SSH workes fine with older builds… Is that a known problem? It's pretty annoying because I run a computer at home with one ip address for my internal clients to access my site from and one for my external clients. Changed in wireless-tools (Ubuntu Hardy): status: Triaged → Won't Fix See full activity log To post a comment you must log in. TI E2E Community Menu Search through millions of questions and answers User Menu Search through millions of questions and answers User TI E2E Community Support forums Amplifiers Switches & Multiplexers Applications

I'm not using wifi at all. ale to mowisz o tym skrypcie w: /etc/init.d/wmacfixup ?#!/bin/sh /etc/rc.common # Copyright (C) 2010 OpenWrt.org START=41 boot() { commit=0 fixup_wmac() { local cfg="$1" local cfmac config_get cfmac "$cfg" macaddr [ "$cfmac" Configuring network interfaces... Any help?

has someone tried to use the deb package of lenny over an ubuntu installation? Alessandro Lo Forte (aloforte) wrote on 2008-10-31: #35 @Richard: Can you please test if the patch I posted some time ago solves the issue for you? I don't have any Wireless network adapters, so I just did this: chmod a-x /etc/network/if-pre-up.d/wireless-tools This removes the execute permission from the wireless-tools file which disables it from being called and No license, either express or implied, by estoppel or otherwise, is granted by TI.

Thankfully this bug/design is not hindering roll-out, and is more of an observation showing usability issues. Masz niepotrzebny router, uszkodzony czy nie - chętnie przygarnę go. is that correct? The justification for the extra 'ifconfig' call in wireless-tools does not apply in jaunty, so I've reverted that change for Ubuntu 9.04.

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  • So in summary I did not compile the WLAN driver.

Marking the Hardy task for this ticket as "Won't Fix". https://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/viewtopic.php?f=36&t=19120&start=400 Nieaktywny Skąd: Warszawa Zarejestrowany: 2006-02-25 Posty: 63,186 Odp: wifi problem https://dev.openwrt.org/ticket/7975Tyle używałem w swoim obrazie. Linux version 2.6.37 ([email protected]) (gcc version 4.3.3 (GCC) ) #2 PREEMPT Tue Jul 5 17:47:10 CDT 2011 CPU: ARM926EJ-S [41069265] revision 5 (ARMv5TEJ), cr=00053177 CPU: VIVT data cache, VIVT instruction cache Thanks a lot!!

I can say that it is still not fixed with any of the above workarounds. Sending discover... In addition can you specify the steps that you did in order to compile the WLAN driver? And a developer will assign it to himself when he is working on it.

jak to sprawdzic. I can't use my computer at all since every time I run Ubuntu, I loose hard drive space. WLAN should work event if you don't perform calibration. For now, after removing wpa_supplicant and adding manually the wlan0 configuration to /etc/network/interfaces I could delete some logs and have the system back.

Starting syslogd/klogd: done Starting thttpd. Steffen (steffen-kernelguy) wrote on 2007-08-13: #2 Same here. Hardy is LTS, so a fix should be definitely released for it.

Masz niepotrzebny router, uszkodzony czy nie - chętnie przygarnę go.

Why is it happening? so not sure if it only shows a list of "remaining" versions that haven't already been nominated for the bug. Changed in ifupdown: status: New → Confirmed PetyrRahl (petyr) wrote on 2007-12-16: #7 I can also confirm that this is the case on AMD64 for Gutsy. any idea how to fix this?

Slim Amamou (slim-amamou) wrote on 2010-02-03: #47 I have the same problem in 9.10 Karmic. It seems to work, so why the message? I've created Bug #351378 to track the issue where DHCP fails to work for a virtual interface, when a DHCP client is used directly, or indirectly via the /etc/network/interfaces config file, That does not seem right.

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There is no need to post duplicate threads. In debian "lenny"'s wireless-tools package this problem has been solved by removing some lines of code from /etc/if-pre-up.d/wireless-tools.

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