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Linksys WPC11 PCMCIA and Netgear MA311 PCI wireless cards under Debian GNU/Linux
Linux – Hardware This forum is for Hardware issues. So, I am stuck – any ideas??? At the command line type: Thanks again for the post. Find More Posts by fhferret.
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Setting Up the Wireless Network Connection Remember, there are several ways of doing this, but what I have realized that your Wireless sebian might not work if some packages are not installed. BB code is On. Put the CD in and the Wizard will do it’s thing. That’s going to be it for the morning You are currently viewing LQ as a guest. Last edited by Iridesce; at Now I am able to get wlan0 up, but still no connection with router This guide is for Mandrake Click on the “Star Icon” for the Start Menu then click on: Step by Wwpc11 guied for Installation pent net Dvb card under linux.
All times are GMT Here’s what you need to do: I do have to go to work tomorrow This is just what I needed to get my wireless WPC11 ver. Type your Gateway IP addres here. Thanks to all who make LQ work and to all who ask, search and answer here. Installing the ndiswrapper There are several ways of doing this and lots of documentation available BUT let’s try the simplest approach first to install the ndiswrapper.
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Now do as “Save As” to save this file in the following Location: This is a great post! Find More Posts by mrmcctt. If you need to reset your password, click here. First off let me say I am newbie to Linux,Ive been having problems getting my wireless setup up untill i found this post which really help but im gettting stuck when it comes to installing the Driver I unzip it to my Desktop and when i opend it I do not see a inf file?
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