OpenSUSE :: Deauthenticating From MAC-AD By Local Choice (reason=3)?
Nov 16, 2010
right after updating suse 11.2 via wlan to 11.3 i could not connect to my WPA2 secured Wlan anymore. looking in dmesg i found:
wlan0: deauthenticating from 00:24:01:e7:94:75 by local choice (reason=3) i found a lot of bugs messages relating to this, including the "fix" removing the network manger. i did remove it, but it did not help. i also removed wpa2 and tried with no encryption, but that showed more errors. so i tried 11.1 live-cd and it worked flawlessly. then i tried kernel 2.6.35-rc3-6-pae from the factory repo. then, i got sick of reading without finding a bugfix and i edited the kernel source myself (no, not dangerous, and yes i knew what i was doing). i commented out line 2963 to 2966 in rivers/net/wireless/hostap/hostap_ioctl.c . well, that worked for the deauthenticating issue, but now i have 40% to 60% package loss in my wlan. again i tried my 11.1 live-cd and it still worked. then i compiled kernel 2.6.37 vanilla from kernel.org, but that, too,
Linksys WUSB54G. Used to work. Installed Lucid. Drivers are installed, I can see my access point. Try to connect, it times out. dmesg gives me deauthenticating from [MAC ADDRESS] by local choice (reason=3).
I have been upgrading (upgrade from 11.3 then fresh install to 11.4) and as usual with Broadcom I have problems. On 11,3 I used the Pacman STA and was working fine. for 11.4, I suppose that my BCM4312 will be supported after installing the b43 driver. It actually woks, few seconds (but never had time to verify) Some background
lspci gives 0c:00.0 Network controller: Broadcom Corporation BCM4312 802.11b/g LP-PHY (rev 01) Using KDE network manager I can see the wifi AP around, including mine, the problem is when I wan to connect, using WPA2 (TKIP + EAS), I have the right password (I can connect from another station), but when I try here it keeps coming back asking from password .. (I use the kwallet, but that should be out of scope) .. Basically it always fails..
I am having the problem of intermittent wireless connectivity
When I run this comman: dmesg | grep wlan
[ 19.209113] ADDRCONF(NETDEV_UP): wlan0: link is not ready [ 48.657772] wlan0: authenticate with AP 00:22:3f:96:ff:06 [ 48.662285] wlan0: authenticated [ 48.662292] wlan0: associate with AP 00:22:3f:96:ff:06
With the installation of 11.4 the grub will be installed in the MBR. When I first installed the Opensuse 11.4, restart my computer and get into the boot menu, I found that the OpenSUSE boot item was at the top while Windows Xp was at the bottom. It may cause problem when my parents are going to use the computer (they only know XP). How to set the Windows XP as the first item and the default choice?
Back in 2005 somebody wrote PySDM for Ubuntu. I was just looking to see if we @ openSUSE had such a handy tool, and I can't find any. Nor is PySDM found in WebPIN. Am I missing something in Yast (to edit fstab)? Is there some reason I don't want to use PySDM (that I don't know)?
on my Netbook i run Opensuse 11.4, it works fine until a couple Days. Since there more and more Apps wont start anymore. For example Dolphin, Yast, Ocular and so on... so better say´d, only Thunderbird and Firefox still running. I dont get any Error Messages or something like this, when i start a Application there just pop´s the Program Bar in the Start Menu and then after that (normally the Window of the Program would be shown) it just disappears. Dumb on that is, that i even cant backup my Data, because Dolphin dont show up anymore.
Ruptures the connection Internet happen is unpredictable, sometimes in 2-3 hours, sometimes in 2-3 minutes. Prompt where in system logs SUSE 11.3 it is possible to define the reason of ruptures. There is data from logs of player XINE, often used by me for review of video of translations c url = [URL]. I apply log of an engine of player XINE in pictures. It is ready to present adjustments, configurations, logs.
LOG OF XINE ENGINE MESSAGES 2:21:40 PM: Loaded configuration from file '/home/workuser/.config/gxine/config' 2:21:40 PM: the warning: the configuration parameter media.audio_cd.cddb_cachedir specifies in a nonexistent location/home/workuser/.xine/cddbcache 2:21:40 PM: the warning: the configuration parameter media.capture.save_dir specifies in a nonexistent location 2:21:40 PM: the warning: the configuration parameter media.dvb.channels_conf specifies in a nonexistent location/home/workuser/.xine/channels.conf 2:21:40 PM: the warning: the configuration parameter media.dvd.raw_device specifies in a nonexistent location/dev/rdvd 2:21:40 PM: the warning: the configuration parameter media.dvd.css_cache_path specifies in a nonexistent location/home/workuser/.dvdcss/ 2:21:40 PM: the warning: the configuration parameter media.video4linux.radio_device specifies in a nonexistent location/dev/radio0 2:21:40 PM: the warning: the configuration parameter media.video4linux.video_device specifies in a nonexistent location/dev/video0 2:21:40 PM: the warning: the configuration parameter media.wintv_pvr.device specifies in a nonexistent location/dev/video0 2:21:40 PM: the warning: the configuration parameter subtitles.separate.font_freetype specifies in a nonexistent location 2:21:41 PM: xine: found input plugin: file input plugin 2:21:41 PM: xine: found demuxer plugin: image demux plugin CONSOLE The warning: the configuration parameter media.audio_cd.cddb_cachedir specifies in a nonexistent location/home/workuser/.xine/cddbcache The warning: the configuration parameter media.capture.save_dir specifies in a nonexistent location The warning: the configuration parameter media.dvb.channels_conf specifies in a nonexistent location/home/workuser/.xine/channels.conf The warning: the configuration parameter media.dvd.raw_device specifies in a nonexistent location/dev/rdvd The warning: the configuration parameter media.dvd.css_cache_path specifies in a nonexistent location/home/workuser/.dvdcss/ The warning: the configuration parameter media.video4linux.radio_device specifies in a nonexistent location/dev/radio0 The warning: the configuration parameter media.video4linux.video_device specifies in a nonexistent location/dev/video0 The warning: the configuration parameter media.wintv_pvr.device specifies in a nonexistent location/dev/video0 The warning: the configuration parameter subtitles.separate.font_freetype specifies in a nonexistent location libgnomeui-2.so.0: it is impossible to open the divided object file: There is no such file or the directory. lirc: it is impossible to initialize - remote control is disconnected lirc: probably, lircd it is not launched or you can't be connected to a socket?
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I installed the Desktop Switching Tool and that doesn't do the job either. I get Xfce every time.
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just wondering what others are using to find and find and download new music. I'm also curious to know of other alternatives to Nicotine+, which I've been using for a little while. I've recently found a nice little widget called Seesu, which is great so far. It lets you search up bands and listen to their songs, and you can download the .mp3 for free afterwards if you like it. Anyway, enough of my pseudo-advertising.
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