Page 1 of 7. Introduction to Linux – A Hands on Guide This guide was created as an overview of the Linux Operating System, geared toward new users as an exploration tour and getting started guide, with exercises at the end of each chapter. Search this Thread Advanced Search. I am trying to make the switch from xp to linux, but I find myself still stuck in the windows world without a network or internet connection in Fedora Core 1. Got it figured out with ndiswrapper.
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minlpci Find More Posts by Hangdog Click Here to receive this Complete Guide absolutely free. They’ve changed it a bit recenty, however there is a list of supported cards here and if you CTRL-F the page foryou’ll find several Dell cards using that chipset with links to the drivers.
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The generic broadcom driver on the broadcom page is the only one that 1405 my card workin right. This site claims that the is compatible with ndiswrapper. Last edited by zillah; at One of the devices listed should be your wireless card and it will probably show the chipset being used.
I tried to follow the instruction to configure it http: Did I use the wrong driver. I hope someone else has that card and can tell you what chipset it has. Is there some help or tutorial for this site?
I lwas login as root 3- result was: How do I get this out of the kernel and try the other driver? If so, I typed “lspci” and it was an unrecognised command.
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I beleive this is the right version for the linux that I have got!! If I am mistaken let me know.
The previous message on this thread wirelesd so old I wondered whether my post would be seen that was before I noticed a link to view ALL new posts. Fedora core 1 Posts: The time now is Got it figured out with ndiswrapper.
Either one of these provide a way for linux to use the windows drivers. Visit the following links: You probably want to try ndiswrapper or linuxant.
Dell wireless WLAN Dual Band WLAN Mini-PCI card not recognised
Kansas City, MO Distribution: Thanks for the info, here is the output from lspci Network controller: Since they were the same name and different dates I assumed that these were the same driver and picked the most recent one. Unable to prepare driver So what’s wrong? When I try to configure the card in the Network device control menu, it is not recognised.
By the way how are you making those lines around your quote. Thanks Last edited by zillah; at Share your knowledge at the LQ Wiki.