[Debian-eeepc-devel] Bug#494152: eeepc-acpi-scripts: Strange behavior of wlan button
Fabio Pugliese Ornellas
fabio.ornellas at gmail.com
Fri Aug 8 17:57:31 UTC 2008
I have this on then off wireless behavior also. I had a quick look yesterday
at the script, and it will try to ifup the interface, but since I use
network-manager, ifupdown will not work, then it will disable the
wireless... Simply commented the line solved the issue.
The problem I have after suspend/resume now with my 900, is that the
wireless blue LED will light up, but wireless will not work. I'm still to
Fabio Pugliese Ornellas
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On Thu, Aug 7, 2008 at 16:23, Conny <uncurbed at swipnet.se> wrote:
> John Goerzen skrev:
> > Package: eeepc-acpi-scripts
> > Version: 1.0.4
> > Severity: normal
> > This is on an Eee 901.
> > There are a couple of problems here:
> > 1) When wifi is disabled, the blue wifi hardware light is still on,
> > but ra0 doesn't show up anywhere.
> > 2) When I press Fn-F2 to turn on wifi, it appears to be turned on for
> > a brief time (seconds) and then goes back off. I can verify this with
> > cat /proc/acpi/asus/wlan. If I echo 1 > /proc/acpi/asus/wlan and then
> > restart network-manager, wifi comes on properly.
> > Perhaps this is related to instances of ath0 in
> > /etc/acpi/actions/wireless.sh? (Just a guess. On the 901, we use ra0
> > instead of ath0)
> > 3) Pressing Fn-F2 does not appear to tweak the Bluetooth status at
> > all, as it does in the default Linux install on the 901.
> > The default Linux install has an OSD and Fn-F2 cycles through the
> > states:
> > * All wireless off
> > * wifi on, bt off
> > * wifi on, bt on
> > * wifi off, bt on
> > You can't really implement that in Debian without having OSD turned
> > on. I'd be fine if Fn-F2 toggled the states of both BT and wifi at
> > the same time.
> > -- System Information:
> > Debian Release: lenny/sid
> > APT prefers testing
> > APT policy: (500, 'testing')
> > Architecture: i386 (i686)
> > Kernel: Linux 2.6.25-2-686 (SMP w/2 CPU cores)
> > Locale: LANG=en_US.UTF-8, LC_CTYPE=en_US (charmap=ISO-8859-1)
> > Shell: /bin/sh linked to /bin/bash
> > Versions of packages eeepc-acpi-scripts depends on:
> > ii acpi-support-base 0.109-5 scripts for handling base
> ACPI eve
> > ii acpid 1.0.6-10 Utilities for using ACPI
> power man
> > ii alsa-utils 1.0.16-2 ALSA utilities
> > ii pm-utils 126.96.36.199-1 utilities and scripts for
> power ma
> > eeepc-acpi-scripts recommends no packages.
> > Versions of packages eeepc-acpi-scripts suggests:
> > pn aosd-cat <none> (no description available)
> > ii gsfonts-x11 0.21 Make Ghostscript fonts
> available t
> > ii ttf-bitstream-vera 1.10-7 The Bitstream Vera family of
> > ii ttf-dejavu 2.25-1 Metapackage to pull in
> > -- no debconf information
> Take a look here for a eee-kernel and howto get the hotkeys working,
> should work with Debian also.
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