I haven’t been able to use any password features WEP, etc. You have no idea how stupid I was feeling that I couldn’t get this to work. When doing “cardctl ident”, it comes up: Depands on how mobile you are. I just power on the computer, and it DOES work. Hello all, Your going to see how retarded I am.
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When doing “cardctl ident”, it comes up: Thu Jul 27, 3: Or they could be stored locally in your home directory.
If linjx like to contribute content, let us know. Identified chip type ‘RTLC’ eth0: Maybe a member also has this card and can contribute some ideas. Was it plugged in when you issued the commands?
wdl-g630 The general story is: I was also able to connect to an Apple wireless access point, and another wireless access point as well. Wed Jul 26, 5: I have tried to follow the instructions people have given me and trust me I have googled around but either I am just too stupid or I am not looking for the correct things.
I see when DSL-N boots eth0 gets activated and is backgrounding.
Last edited by endar; at Wed Jul 12, 9: Find the answer dw-lg630 your Linux question: High bandwidth mode enabled usb-uhci. Thu Jul 13, It is a revision B. It is up to you.
Or into a separate file, eg, mywireless. You are currently viewing LQ as a guest.
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Hash tables configured established bind NET4: Ok, at this point I am hanging my head in shame. Identified chip type ‘RTLC’ usb.
Mine, however, does not use the Atheros chipset. Last edited by rokytnji; at Tue Jul 25, 4: Man, puppy uses some weird stuff The rest of the OS works great and I can live with what is going on but if someone knows what I might try then great, because as you know I will try just about anything.
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I really only use firefox and gaim and they just work so keep up the good work. Well, the work-around would be ndiswrapper. Using configuration type 1 ACPI: All new users please read this. Introduction to Linux – A Hands on Guide This guide was created as an overview of the Linux Operating System, geared cwl-g630 new users as an exploration tour and getting started guide, with exercises at the end of each chapter. Unknown device 1fa6 rev 07 Subsystem: Maybe there is still hope?
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