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Old 03-11-2008, 04:22 AM   #1
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Wireless connections doesn't work properly after kernel update on OpenSuse 10.3

Hi. I use opensuse 10.3, and after I installed nvidia drivers, I had updated the kernel too, from to That update included a newer version of iwlwifi driver (I have an Intel 4965 PR0/Wireless card) to match the new kernel. But, although my wireless connection was working perfect before that upgrade, now it works for 1 minute. It is always connected with the wireless router, but I have internet access only one minute after a connection, and then the internet connection drops down. I have to disconnect and reconnect to the router to get the internet connection again. And after 1 minute, it drops down again....
I checked the firmware (iwl4965) and the driver (iwlwifi) and both match to the the new kernel. So where is the problem?
Thanks and sorry for my English


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