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Old 7th June 2012, 02:07 PM
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F16 installation slowly degrading

Hi,

I have been running Fedora 16 on a Dell Studio 17 laptop for several months now. I did a clean install of this release to ensure that I would have a relatively reliable OS for my development work. I have been generally satisfied with this distribution but lately I dread incorporating any updates into the system because I never know what new problems will arise. This anxiety is particularly intense when I install a new kernel version.

The other day I upgraded to the 3.3.7-1.fc16.x86_64 kernel. I had been having problems with having to log in two times and losing bluetooth mouse connection after a system suspend. So I am was hopeful that a system update would fix these issues. But now, with the new updates, I have lost my network icon and I will arbitrarily lose my network connection - both wired and wireless, and the problems with logging in two time and bluetooth are still there.

This is the information written to /var/log/messages at the time of my lost network connection:

Jun 7 07:41:22 mrRoboto NetworkManager[1069]: dbus_g_proxy_begin_call: assertion `!DBUS_G_PROXY_DESTROYED (proxy)' failed
Jun 7 07:41:22 mrRoboto NetworkManager[1069]: nm_supplicant_info_set_call: assertion `call != NULL' failed
Jun 7 07:41:41 mrRoboto NetworkManager[1069]: <info> (eth1): roamed from BSSID 00:25:9C:24:97:75 (Handyman1) to (none) ((none))
Jun 7 07:41:47 mrRoboto NetworkManager[1069]: <info> (eth1): roamed from BSSID (none) ((none)) to 00:25:9C:24:97:75 (Handyman1)
Jun 7 07:42:05 mrRoboto NetworkManager[1069]: dbus_g_proxy_begin_call: assertion `!DBUS_G_PROXY_DESTROYED (proxy)' failed
Jun 7 07:42:05 mrRoboto NetworkManager[1069]: nm_supplicant_info_set_call: assertion `call != NULL' failed
Jun 7 07:42:11 mrRoboto NetworkManager[1069]: <info> (eth1): roamed from BSSID 00:25:9C:24:97:75 (Handyman1) to (none) ((none))
Jun 7 07:42:17 mrRoboto NetworkManager[1069]: <info> (eth1): roamed from BSSID (none) ((none)) to 00:25:9C:24:97:75 (Handyman1)

Can anyone help me out with this problem? If I can't fix this issue, my system is totally useless to me.

p.s. I would enter a bug. But the last two times I put in a bug for losing my bluetooth I got no response whatsoever. This is surprising because I have been using Fedora since version 4 and I always got good response to my bugs in the past.

Any suggestions would be most appreciated.

Thanks for your help!
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