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Kinternet crashing consistantly...

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I installed SUSE 10 on my hpnc4010 laptop and I'm having a consistant problem with kinternet crashing. When I open it to connect to a wireless network it'll say scanning and sit there forever then when I click "ok" to try and move on it will crash with this as the problem:

 

 

(no debugging symbols found)

Using host libthread_db library "/lib/tls/libthread_db.so.1".

(no debugging symbols found)

`system-supplied DSO at 0xffffe000' has disappeared; keeping its symbols.

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[Thread debugging using libthread_db enabled]

[New Thread 1095260992 (LWP 7232)]

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[KCrash handler]

#4 0x082965e4 in ?? ()

#5 0x416f51f8 in ?? () from /opt/kde3/lib/libkdeinit_kinternet.so

#6 0x0824a610 in ?? ()

#7 0x416e3efd in WirelessDialog::scanResult ()

from /opt/kde3/lib/libkdeinit_kinternet.so

#8 0x416e9760 in KInternet::new_data_new ()

from /opt/kde3/lib/libkdeinit_kinternet.so

#9 0xbf8ce5d4 in ?? ()

#10 0x0823ae08 in ?? ()

#11 0x40e0bc61 in operator delete () from /usr/lib/libstdc++.so.6

 

 

Any help would be great thanks.

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Can you give a little more information on your wirelesss card and internet connection?

 

Which card is in your system, the Intel PRO/Wireless 2100, Intel PRO/Wireless 2200BG, or Atheros 802.11 a/b/g WLAN?

 

Are you connecting via broadband or DSL?

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oh i'm sorry my card is the atheros one. And I'm not sure what you mean by more information on the internet connection. I have both a linksys WRT54G router and a dlink on and the problem persists. But the rought should have nothing to do with that. Any help would be cool. Thanks

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Depending on what type of internet connection that you have, tells us what needs to be done to reach your internet connection.

 

Broadband = such as RoadRunner (cable connection - always up)

 

DSL = such as Verizon - you need a login name and password to connect?

 

Dialup = you are using a modem through your phone line to connect.

 

This is where you get more questions...

 

So, in you case, is it broadband or DSL?

 

Did you try to set up the internet connection during your installation of SuSE? This is often missed.

 

You have 2 routers? If so,

 

Your main router. Do you have WEP or WPA as security on the router?

 

Do you know the essid of the router?

 

So, the router does have everything to do with it.

 

The wireless card needs to communicate with the router, depending on what the router is set at for an essid name and if applicable, a WEP or WPA password to allow a connection.

 

If you have Windows set up on this system, I would guess that you did an installation of your internet connection of some sort to get it going, unless you have a totally open system to the internet.

 

Let us know what your situation is and we can walk you through it.

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