We are excited about the premiere of Woza Albert!, the first new work by a South African playwright to be produced in over three decades. It is hoped that this production will help stimulate the practice of theater writing in South Africa and do it in a way that will enhance the African American theater tradition. New Voices ' relationship with SAS Theatre is one of the best examples of the kind of relationship that can exist. We are very privileged to have the New Voices Play Development Program and the SAS Theatre contribute to the creation of the world premiere of Woza Albert!
DF: What are your memories of the first time you saw Woza Albert!, and what is it like to be a part of the first performance?The first time I saw the play was when it was a part of the Artscape New Writing programme. When the Artscape was launched in 2004, I was asked to chair an arts festival and I was also a playwright. This is the third time I have been involved in this play. The first time I saw the play was in 2006 at the London Africa Institute's African Theatre Festival, when I was asked to write a piece about the play, and I also went and saw it at the South African Playwrights Company's production of the play. It was good to be able to see the play being performed and for other people to experience it for the first time. It was a beautiful and moving experience for me to be part of the first performance of this play. It is a very emotional experience watching the play, not only because of the political issues involved, but also because it was the first time I had been involved in a South African play. I just feel very grateful that I have had the opportunity to be part of the play and the first performance. I am very excited to be part of the premier.
Reinstalling, no it didn't bring back anything. I did a thing like purgeing and than installing only the linux-image. Even if you do so the other stuff would be installed over it. Did a thing like that like 2-3 times. No result. That's kind what I did in windows, too. I could reinstall the netcfg2. Maybe there are a way to reinstall the kernel package, but I don't know. That's why I'm asking you guys. I'm searching for a solution... Thanks anyway.
yeah, I wrote that as a reply to your earlier comment as well. I just thought that you were asking about a.ko file. I don't think you need to remove the older driver at all. If the newer driver doesn't work for you, try the following:
This should get your wireless card into an automatic configure state where you can connect fine with the native driver and have a stable connection. From here, you can tell if you're using the correct IP address for the proper ESSID by looking at the dhcp lease table in /var/log/dhclient.leases.
In any case, the output of the find command is interesting; it does not show r8187.ko, only r8187.ko.old, which is a backup. So it looks like there is some kind of problem with that driver, but not with the one which has been installed for linux in the first place. 827ec27edc