Post LFS 6.7 RC-1-WIFI Config issues

Hamish West hamishwest at ymail.com
Sun Sep 5 16:34:56 PDT 2010


I tried checking that log file, but it doesnt exist.
I got this from dmesg:

[   57.533143] wlan0: deauthenticating from 00:1a:2b:65:ac:b4 by local choice 
(reason=3)
[   57.535681] wlan0: direct probe to AP 00:1a:2b:65:ac:b4 (try 1)
[   57.538485] wlan0: direct probe responded
[   57.538491] wlan0: authenticate with AP 00:1a:2b:65:ac:b4 (try 1)
[   57.543274] wlan0: authenticated
[   57.543305] wlan0: associate with AP 00:1a:2b:65:ac:b4 (try 1)
[   57.545960] wlan0: RX AssocResp from 00:1a:2b:65:ac:b4 (capab=0x411 status=0 
aid=3)
[   57.545965] wlan0: associated
[   57.546342] ADDRCONF(NETDEV_CHANGE): wlan0: link becomes ready
[   67.632517] wlan0: no IPv6 routers present

That was all that refered to wlan0
Thanks,
Hamish



________________________________
From: Andrew Benton <b3nton at gmail.com>
To: lfs-support at linuxfromscratch.org
Sent: Mon, 6 September, 2010 2:24:46 AM
Subject: Re: Post LFS 6.7 RC-1-WIFI Config issues

On 05/09/10 16:28, Hamish West wrote:
> Hi,
> Well, YAY
> I have finally finished LFS.
> I used book version 6.7 RC1 but im stuck, I use wireless internet, but I
> dont know how to setup wlan0.
> I have installed Wireless-Tools from BLFS and iwconfig doesnt see wlan0,
> but it sees lan0.
> What should I do from here?

If iwconfig doesn't see wlan0 it suggests to me that wlan0 does not 
exist. Did you compile support for your chipset into the kernel? What 
chipset do you have? lspci will tell you. Then you should recompile your 
kernel.
Does your wifi card need any firmware? If it's asking udev for firmware 
and not getting it it should complain in the syslog
grep -i firmware /var/log/sys.log
dmesg may tell you something useful too.
Wireless-Tools will get you an unencrypted connection, to use something 
more secure you will need wpa_supplicant

Andy
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