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Feb 19, 2011

Now i`m connected with a lan cable, if i plug it off, the wifi comes up saying "connected" (on the computer status on the bottom left). But nothing is connected... (the wifi switch is on).

i really like Opensuse and hate windows, i`ve been using it for years and now i can`t stand it anymore ! i wanna get familiar with this os but cant do s**t without wifi! everything works fine except from the wifi!!

the ip address is - DHCP
module name - iwl3945
device name - wlan0
operating mode - managed
ifup
change hostname vis dhcp in ticked
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