try this:farfnarf wrote:Dark_MaGe wrote:that means that is not a problem related with drivers or networkmanager itself but it's only related to Knetworkmanager....I hope we can find a fix for that.....ODD really...
Sorry I misled you here.. it did disconect in Gnome too, afterall.
The wifi icon was still there as if there was a connection, but I
could not browse or ping any site.
Anyway, it's a Broadcom 802.11G Network Adapter, bcm43xx.
I don't suppose there's an easy way to get it to work. I really
love the look and feel of Sabayon, especially in Gnome now
that I've used it.
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