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Re: a little help with linux



FC3 also uses a 2.6 kernel, if that is the concern.

Bob...

On Thu, 2005-09-08 at 05:19 -0700, Robbie Dude wrote:
> Hey Jim thanks for the reply,
> Do you think it just might be better for me to roll back to FC3 then?
> Or just maybe change my kernel (if I can and I have NO CLUE how to.)
> 
> On 9/8/05, James Kaufman <jmk kaufman eden-prairie mn us> wrote:
>         On Wed, Sep 07, 2005 at 08:40:29PM -0700, Robbie Dude wrote:
>         > I can't type tonight produce = product and seems = see's 
>         >
>         > On 9/7/05, Robbie Dude <robbieaoa gmail com> wrote:
>         > >
>         > > The driver can be found right here
>         > > http://www.gigafast.com/products/product_drivers/WF741-
>         UIC_drivers.htmthis is the produce that I am using, though I
>         also have a linksys model is
>         > > listed right here
>         http://www.linksys.com/servlet/Satellite?childpagename=US%
>         2FLayout&packedargs=page%3D2%26cid%3D1115416835852%26c%
>         3DL_Content_C1&pagename=Linksys%2FCommon%
>         2FVisitorWrapper&SubmittedElement=Linksys%2FFormSubmit%
>         2FProductDownloadSearch&sp_prodsku=1121874580905
>         > > version 2.6. I'm pretty sure HW seems them when I plug
>         them in. I just
>         > > need someone to walk/talk me threw the install of the
>         drivers. (and maybe
>         > > the proper driver for the latter) 
>         > > Thanks guys (and gals if there are any)
>         > > Rob
>         > >
>         
>         I don't know if the driver will work for you but here are
>         first steps:
>         
>         open a terminal window
>         unzip the downloaded file [ unzip "WF 741-UIC_Linux.zip"] 
>         this creates a directory named "WF 741-UIC_Linux"
>         cd "WF 741-UIC_Linux"
>         Read the pdf file [ xpdf WF\ 741-UIc\ Linux\ driver\ help.pdf]
>         
>         My reading of the pdf implies that the driver might work for a
>         version 2.4
>         kernel. It doubt it will work for a version 2.6 kernel.
>         
>         Please post the portion of /var/log/messages that shows the
>         hardware. [open a
>         terminal window as root, type: "tail -f /var/log/messages",
>         then plug the card 
>         in. If the hardware sees it, you will see messages on the
>         screen.]
>         
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