Ralink RT2561/RT61 hangs and freezes Haiku
|Reported by:||Premislaus||Owned by:||mmlr|
|Keywords:||RT2561/RT61 ACPI hangs freezes||Cc:|
New ticket from #8030
Replying to tqh:
Create a new bug with the new problem. Do you have wireless network adapter in that computer? It could be interrupt related so disabling wifi in bios could check for that. I'd recommend to not disable ACPI if possible, disabling ACPI makes rearranging and trying to fix interrupt handling impossible so it should be avoided,
I guess you're right :-). I have a Edimax EW-7128g( pci card), and can not be disabled in BIOS.
ACPI must be disabled, otherwise I don't install Haiku and run it.
As running the Haiku in Safe Mode, it appears on the Deskbar Network Status( or something like that), and then Haiku hangs. How do I know? After several attempts and restarts, no longer is this run and immediately as the Deskbar replicant.
And now I can normally run Haiku, but ACPI must be disabled.
Now I download wpa_suplicant and see whether the Internet will work.
Sorry for my english.
Best regards and thank you tqh :).
Change History (46)
comment:18 by , 8 years ago
|Component:||Network & Internet/Wireless → Drivers/Network/ralinkwifi|
follow-up: 20 comment:19 by , 8 years ago
|Status:||new → assigned|
|Summary:||Propably RT2561/RT61 hangs and freezes Haiku → Ralink RT2561/RT61 hangs and freezes Haiku|