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tpprynn
September 9th, 2011, 12:55 PM
I looked in the log file, the kern section, to see if I could stumble on a resolution to a recent thread of mine here about a Realtek wireless light not going off. There is a reference to rx and tx and led, and the label phy0, and I feel possibly naively that they may have some relevence that will help me add a couple of script lines somewhere ot turn the led off when the wireless is off.

But if this rings no bells and someone can just tell me what tx and rx mean that would be great. Thanks.

haqking
September 9th, 2011, 12:56 PM
I looked in the log file, the kern section, to see if I could stumble on a resolution to a recent thread of mine here about a Realtek wireless light not going off. There is a reference to rx and tx and led, and the label phy0, and I feel possibly naively that they may have some relevence that will help me add a couple of script lines somewhere ot turn the led off when the wireless is off.

But if this rings no bells and someone can just tell me what tx and rx mean that would be great. Thanks.

tx means transmit
rx means receive