Seann Clark wrote:on what type of machine is this happening? and what type of wireless card?Kevin Kofler wrote:I tried NM, and it configured everything else, I just can't get/find the wireless card driver in the list, and it doesn't see the wireless card even when the module is loaded.Seann Clark wrote:I apologize, I left that out by accident. How do you pull up the actualwireless network device?Try using NetworkManager. You'll want NetworkManager-gnome for the GUI parttoo (even if you aren't using GNOME - a KDE 4 Plasma applet is underdevelopment, but at this point I can't really recommend it and we aren'tinstalling it by default); in its default configuration, NetworkManager doesn't do all that much for wireless devices without a GUI. Kevin Kofler~Seannphil
*O/s: Fedora 10Kernel: 188.8.131.52-117.fc10.x86_64 #1 SMP Tue Nov 18 11:58:53 EST 2008 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux
Wireless NIC: Linksys* USB Wireless Adapter - WUSB54GC Memory: 2GB DDR2 667 MotherBoard: Intel D945GCLF2 Mini-ITX Motherboard CPU: Intel Atom 330 2x 1.6Ghz (Silverthorne 45nm) Chipset: Intel 82945G (ICH7) Graphics: Intel GMA 950 Sound: Realtek High Definition Audio Ethernet(copper) NIC driver: r8169 Realtek 8169 gigabit ethernet USB Major information dealing with the WUSB54GC: Bus 001 Device 003: ID 1737:0077 Linksys Device Descriptor: bLength 18 bDescriptorType 1 bcdUSB 2.00 bDeviceClass 0 (Defined at Interface level) bDeviceSubClass 0 bDeviceProtocol 0 bMaxPacketSize0 64 idVendor 0x1737 Linksys idProduct 0x0077 bcdDevice 1.01 iManufacturer 1 Ralink iProduct 2 802.11 g WLAN iSerial 3 1.0I hope this is enough information, and will help me with this, as such I have seen other distributions like Ubuntu working with this particular USB stick(Google turns up a large resource, and it was using ndiswrapper on the windows drivers where I found the chipset for the NIC).
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