Description of problem:
No wireless Access points - Fedora-17- RC-3-Desktop live i686
sees AP and tries to connect and fails.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
wireless cuts in and out
wireless AP to connect
Note have wired connection also in these tests
/*\ wireless ABRT warning: problem in network manager:
"gnome-0.9.3-0.2 git 2012020215.f17 detected"
Wireless WEP cuts in and out.
Install to HD
use whole disk [lvm]
Firstboot works OK allows [X] NTP selection
Constructionist learning platform
Logout triggers a [890.44115] endless scroll.
Power off and reboot
Logs in properly via gdm to gnome and sugar.
Ad-Hoc AP's show in (f1) Network Neighborhood
NO Wireless AP's
Wireless WEP cuts in and out.
This also exhibits this behavior
(In reply to comment #1)
> This also exhibits this behavior
Fedora-17-Nightly-20120226.09-i686-Live-desktop.iso also fails the same way.
Acer Aspire ONE N450 with a wireless that has worked for numerous prior releases of fedora.
Fedora-17-Alpha-i686-Live-Desktop.iso also fails this way
WEP wireless fails every 4 sec approx after connecting reconnects and fails repeatedly
f17netinstall Alpha i686 install of Gnome and sugar then yum groupinstall kde
latest updates seem to have fixed this
wep Wireless AP stays connected now in gnome and KDE Plasma
sugar fails to start
(In reply to comment #4)
> f17netinstall Alpha i686 install of Gnome and sugar then yum groupinstall kde
> latest updates seem to have fixed this
> Linux 184.108.40.206.rc4.git1.4.fc17.i686.PAE
> wep Wireless AP stays connected now in gnome and KDE Plasma
> sugar fails to start
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