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Re: [Xen-users] Wireless issue dom0

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  • From: "Ricardo Tiago" <rtiago@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sun, 11 May 2008 08:39:08 +0200
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 > Are you able to use wireless on the normal Linux kernel?

yes, i can
> Does the DHCP server work with the wired link?

yes, it does
> What is your wireless card?

Asus WL-167G  (USB)

have you checked if other people have reported a problem with this
card and Linux/Xen? yes, but not exactly related to xen. It my case
the card is properly detected both in the normal and non xen kernel.

By doing kudzu -p i can the card is known by the system as wlan0.

> Do you need to use wireless with Xen? I believe there are known
> issues with bridging and virtualization.

for this machine, yes.

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