Dne, 01. 05. 2011 01:11:23 je eigenroot napisal(a):
> Hi all,
> I installed Linux Mint Debian Edition which was based on Debian Testing on
> my laptop. One problem I found was that my wireless connection was
> frequently dropped off after some idling. And it was not predictable:
> sometimes I left it overnight and the wireless was still good, but sometimes
> I just left for 10min and it was off. I used Network Manager (v0.8.3.999),
> by which the wireless couldn't be reconnected successfully once it got
> dropped . Command "lspci -vnn | grep 14e4" gave result:
> 04:00.0 Network controller : Broadcom Corporation BCM4312
> LP-PHY [14e4:4315] (rev 01)
> And I used the package "firmware-b43-lpphy-installer" in Debian's repository
> to install the wireless driver. Before that I used Fedora 14 on the same
> laptop but it didn't have such problem (the wireless driver was installed
> from rpmfusion repositories).
> Right now I get around this problem by reloading "b43" driver once it
> happens. But I have no idea whether it was due to the driver itself, or
> Network Manager.
> Could anyone please help? Thanks very much.
I'd uninstall NetworkManager and install wicd instead, giving it a test ride. It miraculously cured the flaky Broadcom wireless on my Squeeze laptop (slow speeds, erratic ping times, incurable disconnects etc.).
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