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Hi guys, I just installed Suse 10 in my x41 tablet, and have several problems. One of the most annoying problem is that the wireless connection stop working after I suspended or hibernated the computer. The wireless icon thing shows an active connection, but when I tried to use firefox, it is not working.
The other problem is the keyboard/mouse problem. How do I configure the middle mouse buttton? Where do I configure the volume up/down/mute buttons?
Thanks a bunch in advance.
Try unloading & reloading the wireless modules - it works for USB.
Incidentally, you'll get better answers if you only ask one question per thread. The middle mouse button is usually a zaxismapping issue - it's been asked thousands of times, a quick search should find the specifics.
you can set sleep to automatically unload specific module before going to sleep and load just after (usually delay 2-10 sec depending on system). The problem is (in your case) that module is loaded but not "injected" into kernel space. Unloading before, and loading after will resolve your problem
hey broch, i got it work on hibernate! Thanks..
but the suspend mode didn't work though even though I already configure the /etc/sysconfig/powersave/sleep.
Well maybe as for now, I'll just set it to hibernate when i close the lid.