This is my first post in Linux Questions apart from the introductory post. Although I am into Linux, I don't do programming.
I do not know if this is the right section on the forum because it falls under both hardware and programming.
Over the past month, I have installed a SparkLAN WMIA-268N wireless card in my Linux server to use as a wireless N access point. Product details are at http://www.sparklan.com/product_details.php?prod_id=174
The card which I use in my laptop computer is an Intel 4965AGN which is also wireless N so that I can connect at the top 300mbps in 5GHz mode.
The major problem that I am getting is that I am very frequently getting kernel panics with ieee80211_agg_splice_packets The problem does not occur when I revert to 54mbps.
I have contacted http://wireless.kernel.org
to report the bug. I followed what was said on the site which was to e-mail the bug on the mailing lists.
All the posts concerned are at http://marc.info/?t=124863015500005&r=1&w=2
with one of my posts being deleted by the moderator.
I am now asking here because I feel that I have had little to no help from them. Not all posts have been answered, etc. and I feel that I am left on my own and really getting frustrated.
I thought that the mailing list was meant to be for reporting bugs but instead, I feel that I have been thrown in the deep end to do all the debugging myself and as I said above, I am rubbish at C programming.
I would really appreciate if you could offer me any helpful suggestions to guide me in the right direction and get the extremely annoying bug fixed.
Again, although I am into Linux, I don't do programming.
Can anyone please help me? I am really stuck and I don't want my second Linux nightmare in less than a month.