I read the wireless setup section in the wiki.
So i installed those ipw3945 packages:
The I added the ipw3945 to the modules list and ipw3945d to the daemons.
When the daemon should start up there is an error:
/etc/rc.d/ipw3945d: line 11: /sbin/ipw3945d: No such file or directory.
Strange... try to locate the daemon by
# locate ipw3945d
If there is no such file, try to reinstall the package and if it does not help either, then just copy the daemon to /sbin directly. You can get it from the package, or download it from web.
What happened to Arch's KISS? systemd sure is stupid but I must have missed the simple part ...
... and who is general Failure and why is he reading my harddisk?
The file exists. (/sbin/ipw3945d)
I tried to execute it manually, but the same error occurs ("No such file or directory").
Maybe package is corrupted? I have this file, 69176 is its size.
Thanks for the hint!
The package contained the wrong binary. I use Arch64 and the package contained the i686 binary. I downloaded the x86_64 version, now it works fine.
I'm getting this problem. I would assume that pacman has installed the x86_64 version of the binary (I'm using Arch64), but how can I verify that it did? Assuming it didn't, where should I get the right version?
The daemon binaries can be found here.
Extract the archive. Copy "ipw3945d" from "x86_64" to "/sbin/".
Now it should work.
Worked like a charm. Thanks!
I guess a bug hasn't been open on this since I ran into the same problem 3 months later....