Re: What exactly are the aims of NM?

On Tue, 4 Apr 2006, Timothy Murphy wrote:

> On Friday 31 March 2006 14:07, Timothy Murphy wrote:
>> On Thursday 30 March 2006 18:34, Darren Albers wrote:
>>> Can you run NetworkManager --no-daemon and post the output here?
>>> Orinco card should work so if it doesn't someone may want to take a
>>> look at it.
>> --------------------------------------
>> [tim elizabeth ~]$ sudo NetworkManager --no-daemon
>> NetworkManager: <information> starting...
>> NetworkManager: <information> eth0: Device is fully-supported
>> driver 'orinoco_cs'.
>> NetworkManager: <information> nm_device_init(): waiting for
>> worker thread to start
>> NetworkManager: <WARNING> nm_device_802_11_wireless_scan ():
>> not trigger wireless scan on device eth0: Input/output error
>> NetworkManager: <information> nm_device_init(): device's worker
>> started, continuing.
>> NetworkManager: <information> Now managing wireless (802.11)
>> 'eth0'. NetworkManager: <information> Deactivating device eth0.
>> [Application hung at this point, until given ^C]
>> NetworkManager: <WARNING> nm_signal_handler (): Caught signal
>> shutting down normally.
>> NetworkManager: <information> Caught terminiation signal
>> NetworkManager: <debug info> [1143810028.454111]
nm_print_open_socks ():
>> Open Sockets List:
>> NetworkManager: <debug info> [1143810028.454268]
nm_print_open_socks ():
>> Open Sockets List Done.
>> NetworkManager: <information> Deactivating device eth0.
>> --------------------------------------
> What was the conclusion?
> Will my card ever work with NM?

I have a similar issue with an orinoco_usb card under FC5.
Check my post on 3/30, (Vol.18 Issue 76, Msg #5). Unfortunately,
I never got a response. It seems there is definately
an issue with the orinoco card under FC5. Like you, my
card works perfectly with NM turned off and, like you, I am
using WEP not WPA. Let me know if you get it worked out
and I will do the same. In the meantime...does anyone
else have any ideas?

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