Description of problem:
When I resume after having suspended using the latest kernel (1.2032), the
wireless network connection doesn't work. There is a message from
gnome-power-manager "problem with suspend".
This worked with the 1.2009 kernel.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Suspend via the system menu
Wireless network is not found
Wireless network should be reconnected.
Machine is a Sony Vaio S1XP with Intel 2200 wireless chipset.
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This problem appears to have been related to NetworkManager, in fact, and has
been mostly fixed by the 0.6.0-3 version of that package.
Since the release of FC5, this has stopped working. The only way I can get
NetworkManager to re-connect to my wireless network upon resuming the laptop is
to remove the ipw2200 module and then modprobe it again. This didn't used to be
The laptop is fully up to date.
Is this still happening with current kernels?
As soon as suspend works again, I'll give it a try... (the machine is currently
It has now worked a couple of times with kernel 2.6.18-1.2784.fc6, albeit with
the fglrx driver (the stock radeon driver causes X to hang and vesa doesn't work
Still having to use the fglrx driver, because radeon causes X to hang at the moment.
Can you try some of the steps outlined here please:
Am closing this bug as the system has been upgraded and isn't in much use anymore.