Wireless nic

Willem van der Walt wvdwalt at csir.co.za
Fri Aug 3 03:59:47 EDT 2007

I do not know why it is gone, but it sounds like it was not set up to 
start automaticly.
What happens in you do an ifconfig wlan0
If it then lods the module it should be farely easy to get it back to 
Check with lsmod once you did the ifconfig wlan0.
HTH, Willem

On Fri, 3 Aug 2007, Juan Hernandez wrote:

> HI guys,
> Heres a weird one,
> So I never got my wireless adapter ipw3945 to work, so I said what the hell,
> and reinstalled fedora.
> I reinstalled fc7, and rebooted.  And I noticed that wlan0 was loaded, and I
> enabled a wifi connection to my access point, and shabang... It worked, I
> was on the net and everything.  I then proceeded to shut my notebook down,
> and a day later, I rebooted, and it no longer found my wlan0... It was using
> the iwl3945 wireless module.  Any ideas why my wlan0 device disapeared?
> Thanks for any help.
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