[Testing] Notes from an impromptu 8.2.1 Release Mtg.
dsd at laptop.org
Fri Jan 30 09:43:19 EST 2009
2009/1/30 Hal Murray <hmurray at megapathdsl.net>:
>> What is 1352? joyride-1352? Ticket 1352?
> Sorry, I didn't keep good notes. The real filename was very long so I
> renamed it to something reasonable, or at least it seemed reasonable at the
> time. It's joyride or whatever rather than a ticket.
> I think it came from a URL in a recent message to devel, probably early in
> this subject/thread. My quick attempts at tracking it down didn't get
> anywhere. I've got the MD5 file so we should be able to find it if it's
> worth the effort.
I still don't understand which version you are comparing to. Can't you
just go to the control panel and check?
> My current setup works if I wait a while after booting, then poke the icon
> for my AP. (There is a Connect choice, but no others. Just poking the icon
> without waiting for the menu does the right thing.)
> That's after running Wpa.sh which I got (ages ago) from ??? which writes
> some stuff to /home/olpc/.sugar/default/nm/networks.cfg
What is wpa.sh and why do you have to use it? You do know that the OS
supports WPA out-of-the-box (although unreliable with some APs),
Other questions that it would be useful to know the answer to:
Did you wait sufficiently long enough (perhaps as long as 5 minutes)
for the XO to check mesh channels for school servers before consulting
the history of infrastructure networks?
Is the AP is marked as a favourite when it appears on the network
view? It should have a star against the circular icon.
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