PRs for tag 'iwn'
This is an experimental report containing PRs for tag 'iwn' as of 5-30-2014. GNATS has no finer-grained categorization than 'kern', 'bin', 'ports', and so forth. To augment this, the bugmeisters have adopted the convention of adding '[<tagname>]' to the Synopsis field. Consider this a prototype of a better search function.
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PRs for tag 'iwn':
|o||2014/02/13||kern/186733||wireless||[iwn] iwn device (5100) periodically times out killing network connectivity|
|o||2014/01/02||kern/185425||wireless||[iwn] iwn difficulties in busy radio environments|
|o||2013/12/13||kern/184756||wireless||[iwn] iwn(4) (5100 model) radio peridiocally gets disabled on Thinkpad X200|
|o||2013/11/07||kern/183759||wireless||[iwn] [wlan] Interface dies, OACTIVE set on wlan0|
|o||2013/10/29||kern/183430||wireless||[iwn] latest change to the rate code setup uses 11n rates on an 11n channel when 11n rates aren't provided|
|o||2013/10/29||kern/183428||wireless||[net80211] [iwn] Some APs seem to announce HT but no HT rates|
|o||2013/10/24||kern/183259||[iwn]  transmit seems to fail after a while|
|o||2013/08/31||kern/181694||wireless||[iwn] [suspend/resume] [patch] Initialize hardware in iwn(4) resume code|
|o||2013/08/08||kern/181132||wireless||[iwn] stream calculation is wrong for the Intel 4965|
|o||2013/03/29||kern/177465||wireless||[iwn] 20%-100% packet loss with iwn driver|
|o||2013/02/13||kern/176104||wireless||[iwn] iwn0: iwn_intr: fatal firmware error|
|o||2013/01/10||kern/175183||wireless||[iwn] iwn(4) becomes unresponsive during initial configuration|
|o||2013/01/05||kern/175053||wireless||[iwn] iwn firmware error on 9-stable with Ultimate-N 6300|
|o||2012/11/25||kern/173917||wireless||[iwn] wpa-supplicant issues on iwn|
|o||2012/06/26||kern/169433||bschmidt||[iwn] iwn(4) doesn't support 6235 chip.|
|o||2012/05/12||kern/167828||wireless||[iwn] iwn(4) doesn't recover automatically after firmware crash during roaming|
|o||2011/12/09||kern/163154||[iwn] fatal firmware error on 9.0-RC3|
|o||2011/10/05||kern/161293||wireless||[iwn] hang at startup when starting network|
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