Kde Upgrade, Lost Wifi
I am currently running Kubuntu 5.10, everything was working great. I connect to the net via my Intel Pro Wireless 2200 card. Last night I upgraded to kde 3.5 with apt-get dist-upgrade. After the packages were downloaded and installed, rebooted. Everything seemed fine so I shutdown and went to sleep. Today when I logged in, I lost my wifi capabilities! I noticed that this upgrade installed a newer kernel, I had 184.108.40.206, I now have 220.127.116.11. I tried to re-install my ipw2200 drivers from source and got an error about /lib/modules/18.104.22.168-686/build not being found. There is a /lib/modules/22.214.171.124-686/ folder, but no build. I tried making a build folder within that directory but that did not change anything. I guess I am trying to find out why this upgrade installed this new kernel (I thought I was just upgrading kde)? Why are my ipw2200 drivers not working? Also why did it not upgrade to the current kernel 126.96.36.199? Any suggestions would be appreciated.