[driverloader] Dell BCM4301 802.11b Driver on SuSE 9.0
NotWorking- License is running out..
SuSE-Charles at tntscg.com
Sat Jan 3 11:20:11 EST 2004
Support... Anything for me to try?
On Thu, 2004-01-01 at 15:28, Urs Mueller wrote:
> Charles Love sagte:
> > bah,, who knows.. Im half ready to go and get a external card. but
> > really want to use the one i paid more for :)
> My first card was a pcmcia D-Link DWL-G650, hungs always the machine
> while ejecting (with the madwifi-drivers, not tested with driverloader).
> Also risking to break the antenna, lesser rates because of smaller
> antenna and other things. Internal cards are much better.
> > i tried again from home and its a no go..
> >>> On my home access point its called [esid] "My System" or "Spaz
> >>> System" with a Key of "1212121212" or "6666666666"
> So you changed the settings at home with yast to the above?
> You may save the "office"-settings first:
> cd /etc/sysconfig/network/
> cp ifcfg-wlan0 ifcfg-wlan0.office
> Then you change the card with yast to your home settings
> (your essid, your key) and then
> cp ifcfg-wlan0 ifcfg-wlan0.home
> Before you halt your system to use it at the other place, you
> copy the apropriate ifcfg-wlan.* to ifcfg-wlan0.
> You may also study the administration guide of your SuSE 9.
> There is a chapter 8 about SCPM System configuration Profile
> Hmm I like Linux, but the IBM configuration Tool for my
> miniPCI-Card under Windows XP is really a nice thing.
> Maybe someone writes a similar piece for Linux.
> Bye, Urs
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