I’m trying to get my wireless card 3945 working, and installed compat-drivers as advised.
But during installation, an error occures:“WARNING: You are running a kernel >= 2.6.23, you should enable in it CONFIG_NETDEVICES_MULTIQUEUE for 802.11[ne] support”.
After several attempts of installation, I see in my network congifuration that the wireless driver is still iwl3945 (I guess it should be ipw3945 after a successful installation).
Can anyone tell how can I fix that error?
At the moment wireless card is set as external source in firewall settings and ipv6 is disabled. Scan results give no result.
I’m dual booting with Ubuntu 7.10 and my card works flawlessly in that.
(BTW, for linux systems I’ve discovered that placing the laptop too close to the router makes it harder to connect to the router or causes connection break randomly if connected. For users who are able to scan networks but cannot connect to router, I’d advise to place router away from computer or find ways to lower signal from router like lowering the antenna or even puting the router in a cartoon box! :D)