wpa_supplicant messes with keyboard
mmodem00 at gmail.com
Thu Sep 1 00:44:32 EDT 2011
2011/8/29 Klaus Müller <kmueller at justmail.de>:
> Zé schrieb:
>> 2011/8/29 Klaus Müller <kmueller at justmail.de>:
>>> Zé schrieb:
>>>> That doesnt make much sense since when i kill wpa_supplicant the
>>>> referred problems simply disappear.
>> The problems starts happening when wpa-supplicant runs, and it
>> continues afecting the mouse and the keyboard and not just the
>> keyboard when using from git like i referred in previous comments.
>> So this problem can be triggered by th wifi driver?
> wpa_supplicant has to start the hardware with the driver. If you stop
> wpa_supplicant, the hardware is stopped again (by wpa_supplicant).
> That's why it could be a driver issue.
>> when running dmesg it shows too much outputs of the wifi driver
>> (almost like a loop).
> This sounds bad.
>> But im attaching the ddesg output.
>>> Surely. Which hardware / driver do you use? Which kernel (version)?
>>> 32/64 bit? Do you use compat-wireless (which version)?
>> Currently im running a kernel-3.0.3 and its 64bits.
>> Since i remember using wpa_supplicant this always happened, no matter
>> if i used kernel-2.6.38 or the 3.0.x versions.
>> This is the wifi driver:
>> rtl8192ce: Realtek Semiconductor Co., Ltd.|Device 8176 [NETWORK_OTHER]
>> (vendor:10ec device:8176 subv:10ec subd:9196) (rev: 01)
> According http://pci-ids.ucw.cz/read/PC/10ec/8176 ..., it's a Realtek
> RTL8188CE 802.11b/g/n WiFi Adapter
> I don't know, which driver you're really using. I would try
> the official driver (if you not already use it). You can get it here
> (one line):
> According this entry, this driver should work (one line again):
Well i have installed the latest official driver from Realtek and
seams to have resolved some but not all.
When booting and after log in i see that theres 2 wpa_supplicant
instances running and im still with those problems, mouse hanging, and
keyboard repeating, but if i kill the wpa_supplicant triggered by
initscripts and stay only with the wpa_supplicant instance triggered
by NetworkManager than the mouse and keyboard behave fine.
So the initscript that calls wpa_supplicant is
/etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifup-eth and runs:
wpa_supplicant -B -i wlan0 -c /etc/wpa_supplicant.conf -D wext
and seams due to this instance that mouse and keyboard continue with
that weird behaviour.
Can anyone comment?
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