Go and manually edit in the "APMonitorMode" key, then trash your
kernel extension caches.
(follow steps 3 and 4, if they don't work, start from 1)
On 27/05/2006, at 4:26 AM, Michael Schneider wrote:
No, no wlt1 device there.
While testing I realized, that r138 works fine (with r138 I get a wlt1 device)... hmm
Am 26.05.2006 um 18:31 schrieb Geoffrey Kruse:
When you run ifconfig, do you see a wlt 1 device?
Ps, you should probably check out the ae troubleshooting section on the trac wiki.
Geoff On May 26, 2006, at 9:08 AM, Ron Rosson wrote:
Yes, mine is set to persistent
From: John Warren <xaive1@xxxxxxxxx>
Reply-To: "kismac@xxxxxxxxxxxxx" <kismac@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 26 May 2006 08:44:07 -0700
To: "kismac@xxxxxxxxxxxxx" <kismac@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: [kismac] Re: Current r152 ae-passive does not work on ibook
Are you trying it in "persistent" mode? I believe the option is on
the Driver Pane of preferences, and it will requrie a restart to work.
On 5/26/06, Michael Schneider <resu-cam@xxxxxxx> wrote:I just reinstalled MacOS 10.4.6 and it is still not working - "drivers not found" - on this ibook
Am 26.05.2006 um 15:30 schrieb Ron Rosson:
After reading this e-mail I tested by fresh build of r152 on my AL
and had zero issues.
From: Michael Schneider <resu-cam@xxxxxxx> Reply-To: "kismac@xxxxxxxxxxxxx" <kismac@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> Date: Fri, 26 May 2006 14:38:15 +0200 To: "kismac@xxxxxxxxxxxxx" <kismac@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> Subject: [kismac] Current r152 ae-passive does not work on ibook
I just updated to r152 and realized that passive mode does not work
any more on my iBook G4 with an AirportExtreme card (i think r13x
worked) - it says that driver could not be loaded...
Just for your information..