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2012/5/1 Larry Finger <Larry.Finger@xxxxxxxxxxxx>:
> On 05/01/2012 10:49 AM, simple w8 wrote:
>>
>> 2012/5/1 Larry Finger<Larry.Finger@xxxxxxxxxxxx>:
>>>
>>> On 05/01/2012 08:36 AM, simple w8 wrote:
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> SEams that was your last fix for rtl8192
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> http://git.kernel.org/?p=linux/kernel/git/stable/linux-stable.git;a=commit;h=eb641120479de7ee703fabb5e6ee0ec7947474ba
>>>>   that reduced the wifi force, thus detecting less wifi networks.
>>>>
>>>> Running without that "fix" the notebook detects more wifi networks,
>>>> seams like the antenna have more force.
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> You keep talking about "antenna force". What does that mean?
>>
>>
>> When i say that to refer to the machine power to capture, the power of
>> the wifi card to detect networks.
>>
>>> That patch keeps your device from running forever at a maximum of 1 Mbps
>>> by
>>> adjusting the initial gain of the RX amplifier. You may reverse it if you
>>> want so that you can detect more APs when you scan; however, most people
>>> prefer to get better performance from the device. That patch will not be
>>> reversed.
>>
>>
>> I see.
>>
>>> As to the problems with power saving, I cannot fix a problem if I cannot
>>> duplicate it. The locking in that section has been reviewed by several
>>> people, and there are no glaring errors. If disabling power saving makes
>>> your box work, then that is what you need to do. That is why those
>>> parameters can be set at load time.
>>
>>
>> But isnt strange that the wifi driver can interfere in the keyboard
>> when typing? and also be capable to interfere with the pointer device?
>
>
> Yes, but I cannot duplicate the problem. My experience is that unless I can
> do that, the probability of being able to fix it is very small. For example,
> it could be some interaction between the bridges for the PCIe and USB
> adapters. If so, it would be unique to your computer. If you want to ship me
> the box, I could probably work it out, but for now you should just use the
> work around.

I have another box with a different realtek wifi card in which happens
the same problem.
Im convinced that if you could run in one of these 2 wifi cards with a
microsoft mouse, you would be able to reproduce the problem.
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