Failed To Read Scan Data
Comment 4 Jarod Wilson 2007-10-05 17:06:08 EDT Ooh, I'm excited! If I reboot the wifi doesn't work, buy if I shutdown and then boot, the wifi works fine. I assume you are trying to do this with onboard wireless? 2.png (3.02 KB, Downloads: 4) Download Aug 15, 2015 03:37 Upload I am in an office with many wifis In my case "sudo iwlist wlan0 scan" returns results just fine when it's associated. http://getbetabox.com/failed-to/iwlist-failed-to-read-scan-data.html
Register This ForumThreadsUsers Go 中文 Forum › Banana Pi/Banana Pro › Linux OS› Problem with "iwlist wlan0 scan" Return to list New Other OS Problem with "iwlist wlan0 scan" But ... Your Answer draft saved draft discarded Sign up or log in Sign up using Google Sign up using Facebook Sign up using Email and Password Post as a guest Name Re: Ralink wireless card does not work [SOLVED] « Reply #73 on: July 01, 2013, 04:11:04 am » Hello,I've really found your post useful but I think I'm over my head
Wlan0 Failed To Read Scan Data Resource Temporarily Unavailable
Science is looking for a black cat in a dark room with a flashlight. What's the model of your WiFi card? However, I'm using WPA, so that does complicate things.
What's New? Comment 14 John W. Well, if you have an update please let me know. Siocsifflags: Operation Not Possible Due To Rf-kill Comment 20 Bill Nottingham 2007-11-07 11:25:12 EST OK, using disable_hw_scan=1, it still randomly disconnects; however, it will actually reconnect without reloading the module.
Re: Ralink wireless card does not work [SOLVED] « Reply #64 on: April 09, 2013, 08:56:23 am » I installed the kernel 3.7.2 and copy the rt3290.bin firmaware to /lib/firmwareCode: [Select][email protected]:~$ Wlan0 Failed To Read Scan Data : Network Is Down Re: Ralink wireless card does not work [SOLVED] « Reply #60 on: January 22, 2013, 03:29:42 pm » It works after reboot, thanks for help Logged Mark Greaves (PCNetSpec) Administrator Hero Comment 27 John W. http://www.backtrack-linux.org/forums/showthread.php?t=35311 Adv Reply December 1st, 2009 #4 johnvarenda View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message First Cup of Ubuntu Join Date Nov 2009 Beans 2 Re: Failed to read scan data
Does that cause it to > reassociate? I've snipped as much information I could think to include.comp:~$ tail /etc/modprobe.d/blacklist.conf -n3Code: [Select]#Wireless drivers conflicting with rt3562sta
blacklist rt2x00pcicomp:~$ tail /etc/modules -n3Code: [Select]rtc
rt3290stacomp:~$ uname -aCode: [Select]Linux Shutdown instead of reboot isn't critic, i think I'll leave it Logged Mark Greaves (PCNetSpec) Administrator Hero Member Posts: 16757 Karma: 418 Gender: "-rw-rw-rw-" .. uname -aCopy the CodeI assume you are trying to do this with onboard wireless?
Wlan0 Failed To Read Scan Data : Network Is Down
Reload to refresh your session. https://github.com/raspberrypi/linux/issues/920 Share a link to this question via email, Google+, Twitter, or Facebook. Wlan0 Failed To Read Scan Data Resource Temporarily Unavailable The command iwlist wlan0 scan then displays the stored results and repeating the command will always return the same results. No Scan Results Iwlist Why shouldn’t I use Unicode characters to simulate typographic styles (such as small caps or script)?
I found this on Chinese Cubieboard forum. this contact form Thanks for looking into this. I downloaded the source code of wireless tools v30 from here: https://code.google.com/p/rtl8192cu/source/browse/wireless_tools/wireless_tools.30.rtl.tar.gz?r=bdd3a2265bdd6a92f24cef3d52fa594b2844c9c1&spec=svnd65922d040ce25481b2a12740eec74fdbb17e76e If you extract it you will find the file iwlist.c under wireless_tools/wireles_tools.30.rtl/. Linville 2008-01-24 15:19:15 EST I'm going to close this on the basis of comment 29... Iwlist Scan Device Or Resource Busy
I found that the first time (after reboot) that I try to connect it will go into NO_CARRIER. I never encounter this issue. Member Posts: 6 Karma: 0 I've just joined! have a peek here Nothing of this is needed at home on a WEP network where NM works fine.
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Click on 'Connect', and hopefully it will connect.
Member Posts: 14 Karma: 0 I've just joined! Here is what I did. Logged xurdefdez Jr. Comment 2 John W.
Linville 2008-01-06 21:31:25 EST What kernel are you using? Forum Forum Home New Posts FAQ Calendar Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links Today's Posts View Site Leaders Advanced Search Forum BackTrack 4 Forums Beginners Forum help me with : I'm wondering whether it is some kind of timing problem because I have a wifi module, Edimax EW-7811UTC, that works fine on the older Pi's but on a Pi B2 it Check This Out But again repeating the command and the results do not change until I run the command again with sudo For me it seems sudo iwlist wlan0 scan does a scan but
Using the command iwlist wlan0 scan it displays results stored somewhere on the SD card, don't know where, when it last did a scan. disabling hardware scan does work but still it sure as heck isn't fixed... Already have an account?