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Here is the problem, my wicd network manager which works under my debian box can't find my wifi network SSID, which could find via command "iwlist wlan0 scanning". Have anyone met situation this before?
I'm having a somewhat similar problem. Installed Slackware 13.37...got wicd installed, but wicd is showing no networks available. Someone suggested uninstalling wpa-gui, but I'm not sure how or even if that would fix the problem. Suggestions?
Also, unrelated to current problem, having problem with keyboard repeating keys too fast. ???
Distribution: Slackware64-current with "True Multilib."
If you have rebooted since you installed wcid then the module is loaded.
Off of the top of my head I've forgotten the command to do it without restarting the computer. Let's see... My old first edition of "Running Linux" says it is,
"where module is the name of the module object file. For example:
will install the ftape driver, if it is found in that file."
I don't remember if that is still the current, correct command or not....
Last edited by cwizardone; 04-22-2012 at 03:11 PM.