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jim_digriz
post Oct 23 2008, 05:06 AM
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Hello all.
This is probably a daft newbie/numpty question. sad.gif
I'm trying to connect my C-1000 to my wireless network at home. (Only had the Zaurus a week)
After it says "connecting" for a while, it says "network offline" When I go to System Info, it tells me the card is suspended.
How do I stop it from suspending? While I was at a hotel this week, the led lit up and it connected to an open network automatically. Worked fine. Now I'm home, nothing. I've searched, but there doesn't seem to be a straight forward answer-please help!
In the Konsole app, cardctl resume doesn't seem to do anything.


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jim_digriz
post Oct 23 2008, 12:00 PM
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O.k.
With PPPoE ticked, no led, after a long while "Network Offline"
With PPPoE not ticked, flashing led, "Network Offline" after 4 sconds.
When I connected my Nokia 770, it found my home hub, asked for the wep, and bingo-connected.
Hmm...
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xamindar
post Oct 23 2008, 03:51 PM
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QUOTE(jim_digriz @ Oct 23 2008, 01:00 PM) *
O.k.
With PPPoE ticked, no led, after a long while "Network Offline"
With PPPoE not ticked, flashing led, "Network Offline" after 4 sconds.

Why were you trying to use PPPoE? I don't think any APs would require it unless it is some strange internet cafe or something.
But it's good to see you got it working. blink.gif
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