[Mageia-discuss] Distress signal for resolving issue with Drakxnet tools

Thomas Lottmann skiperdrake at gmail.com
Wed Oct 12 10:59:13 CEST 2011

> On 12/10/11 09:16, Thomas Lottmann wrote:
>> Hello,
>> I send an ultimate distress signal about this :
>> https://bugs.mageia.org/show_**bug.cgi?id=2712<https://bugs.mageia.org/show_bug.cgi?id=2712>
>> Once again I am having this bug that can occur on any WPA hotspot my
>> laptops can connect to. But now, I cannot work in
>> my development environment for more than one day because he refuses
>> connect me to the hotspot I need to connect to.
>> Since I got no answer since I opened the bug, as asked previously in
>> this ML, I now cry for help about this. This seriously affects the work
>> I have to complete everyday (I know I have the printer thing as well to
>> answer and solve) and I just cannot do anything about this except really
>> endangering my laptop currently, in the absence of progress concerning
>> this extremely annoying bug.
>> Tell me what I should do, I shall answer you very quickly and give the
>> answers I am able to fetch if you tell me what is precisely needed.
>> Thank you very much by advance.
>> Thomas aka Skiper.
2011/10/12 Robert Wood <robert.wood at apostrophe.co.uk>

> Is it a DCHP issue? If you use a fixed IP address does the problem go away?
> I used to have real issues with Mandriva a few years ago until I changed the
> DHCP client in the network setup. Might be worth a try - might be talking
> ********!

Nope, still would not work. And still, it has been working fine for one week
before he did me this again without needing a fixed IP.

Note that I can connect to other wireless hotspots, opened or close, but not
the only one I need to. And my ids are supposed to be all good. And it is
the only hotspot where he mixes up config files, sometimes telling me it is
open while there is an Enteprise WPA2 key.

He also keeps my ids instead of deleting them even if I delete the wireless
connection to create it again.
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