[driverloader] U.S.Robotics USR5410, Suse 9.2 and many problems
Linuxant support (Jonathan)
support at linuxant.com
Mon Jan 3 11:08:44 EST 2005
please send at support at linuxant.com the full and exact command you have
attempted to use to set your WEP key. You should also tell us what is
the version of the DriverLoader package which is currently installed.
You can obtain this information in the output of the 'dldrconfig
--version' command in a root shell.
Did you tried to disable WEP on your access point to see if you are able
to set up the wireless connection with the 188.8.131.52 Windows XP driver?
Technical specialist / Linuxant
support at linuxant.com
Seref Arikan wrote:
> well this may be a long one, but i hope someone will help me. I have just
> set up suse 9.2 on a hp compax nx9005 laptop, and also have a usr 5410
> wireless card. This is my probably 10th attempt at setting up this card, and
> i have not given up yet.
> I remove acx_pci stuff, and set up driver loader. After setting up latest
> version, i try to upload the files from linuxant site, and unfortunately the
> card is never powered up . although in some of my attempts , it actually
> powered up and worked !!! but that was just until i rebooted and i never saw
> it work again.
> When i upload the files from the latest version of driver, things look so
> much smoother, at least the hardware is recognised. (i found out that
> passing kernel acpi=noirq parameter makes things more stable since irq's
> seem to be a problem)
> However with latest version of driver (DriverVer=06/28/2004,184.108.40.206), i
> can't pass the access point password. I get an error that says setEncode
> something failed, and the operation is not supported. I can set the password
> with the drivers supplied in linuxant site, but that one does not power up
> the card. How can i pass this password ? Is there a way other than iwconfig
> wlan0 key s:mykeyinascii ? by the way, i've tried to test the lates driver
> with a ad-hoc connection, and even if there were many problems, it worked.
> So setting the key seems to be my next logical step to connect to AP.
> I am not mentioning many other problems, since i think after i can connect
> to AP somehow, i can deal with them one by one (hopefully). Any help is
> appreciated a lot,
> Best Regards
> Seref Arikan
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