Re: 2.6.6-powerpc Debian kernel and 802.11b problems
Rory Campbell-Lange <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> I'm trying to get my airport card working on my ibook 800Mhz G3. It
> used to work fine, in multiple locations with my 2.4.25 kernel on my
> ibook 500Mhz! I'm not sure what I'm doing wrong -- I've installed
> wireless tools. I expected to see "hermes" and "orinoco" listed in
> lsmod, but if I try to insmod these they can not be found.
> iface eth1 inet static
> eth1394 24840 0
> sungem 37444 0
You are using hotplug to automatically detect your hardware, right?
Seems that it found your Firewire ports and generously assigned an
IP-over-Firewire interface. It doesn't do harm, but if you don't want
to load it automatically, put eth1394 in /etc/hotplug/blacklist. The
exact reverse happens with the airport driver - you want to load it,
but it is not found automatically. Simply put airport in /etc/modules
and it should work fine on the next boot, and use the command
`modprobe airport' to load the module right away. Just make sure you
use the correct interface name, or use the mapping stanza of
/etc/network/interfaces to figure it out automatically.
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