[2008.12 and beyond] questions moving forward

William Kenworthy billk at iinet.net.au
Sat Jan 10 05:19:00 CET 2009

You should flash the uboot as a priority - later uboots have changes
designed to help in the case of a flat battery.

Forget diversity or any of the gui ways of managing wifi - do it from
the commandline - only way that works even partially reliably :(


On Fri, 2009-01-09 at 22:59 -0500, Harry L. Lee wrote:
> diversity wifi seems to see no access points. ubuntu and 2007.2 saw
> many including the one 4 feet away. i'm confused
> do i need to go outside or have an antenna for gps?
> i'm  still having problems with the power switch. i did NOT flash
> uboot (NOR) would that change anything?
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