Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 122341
Display cannot be set to 1024x768 and airo_cs cannot be activated.
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:10:41 EST
Description of problem:
Install Fedora Core 2 Test 3 on my IBM Thinkpad T22 (900Mhz PIII,
512MB Ram, 40GB drive, Intel network, Cisco Aironet 350 wireless
PCMCIA card), with Workstation selected standard install.
After first boot, display (Savage/IX) comes up in 640x480 mode. Using
System Settings->Display to change the resolution, there are only
options for 640x480 and 800x600. After clicking around in the
hardware tab, back to display tab, a 1024x768 item shows up. I select
this and save the changes, exit and restart X, but it comes up in
640x480 mode again. I simply cannot seem to change the resolution to
The network adapters were detected, eth0, eth1, and wifi0 were set
up, and all were "inactive" (not wired to the network). I try to
activate wifi0, and it does not activate. I set it to activate on
boot, and reboot the machine, and it comes up again as inactive. The
boot messages say "starting wifi0 [OK]", but it is still inactive
in system settings, and will not work.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Install Fedora Core 2 Test 3
Steps to Reproduce:
1.Select system settings->Display and try to change to 1024x768
2.Select system settings->Network and try to activate the wifi0
1. No 1024x768 option is shown. When one finally appears, select it.
save, and exit/restart X, X will be in 640x480 mode again.
2. wifi0 will not activate. No lights on the wireless card are
1. Display should display option for 1024x768 and when selected
should change display to this resolution.
2. wifi0 should activate and obtain DHCP address, providing network
Please let me know what I can do to try different things to see if
they work, or what I need to do to provide additional information.
If the equipment is not available, please let me know if I can help,
and test and fixes if required.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 120950 ***
Changed to 'CLOSED' state since 'RESOLVED' has been deprecated.