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Old 06-06-2007, 11:29 AM   #1
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iwl3945 detects no wireless networks

Edit: After a yum update, which gave me a new version of wpa_supplicant and NetworkManager, this works! Moral of the day: check-update before posting.

Running Fedora 7 on a laptop that was *almost* great in FC6 (probably should've kept it that way; but I really liked the tickless kernel idea). So far, I've got nothing for wireless, which is my first priority.

In FC6, I added extra repos to fix this. But I know there's been some touting of Fedora 7's new "rock-solid wireless", so I was hoping for something at least spongy with my card (Intel3945abg). Is there a way to get this module working, or should I just abandon it and go with a third party? Which one have people had the most success with? I was hearing freshrpms doesn't include this anymore?

I probably should've waited a month or two... oh well.

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