[driverloader] Fedora 3 not recognizing driveloader

Linuxant support (Jonathan) support at linuxant.com
Tue Jan 11 15:14:20 EST 2005


not all Windows XP drivers support to connect to an access point with 
ESSID broadcasting disabled.

You do not need to install the wpa_supplicant package if you only want 
to use WEP.


Technical specialist / Linuxant
support at linuxant.com

Stefan Patric wrote:
> --- sue martin <nincra24 at yahoo.ca> wrote:
>>After I have loaded the driverloader driver I
>>the following message when trying to activate eth1. 
>>Error for wireless request "Set Mode (8B06): SET
>>failed on device eht1; Invalid argument
>>Determining IP information for eth1... failed.
>>I am using a usr5416 and I am running Fedora core 3.
>>The actual driveloader web software seems to
>>everything, including the MAC address.
>>I will be using WEP 128 - shared encryption once the
>>card is activated.  Although right now I just want
>>card to recognized.
>>any help would be great.
> I'm using Fedore Core 3, too.  Did you set your
> wireless router to broadcast its SSID?  I could never
> connect unless Broadcasting was enabled.
> Also, do you have another ethernet device on your
> system?  On the motherboard, perhaps?  My system
> doesn't and my PCI wireless card, a D-Link 520 (series
> E1), gets recognized as eth0.  If you do and aren't
> using it, use BIOS to disable it.
> What are you using for WEP decoding?  wpa_supplicant? 
> If yes, you'll need to have wpa_supplicant up and
> running before or at the same time as driverloader for
> your card to connect and authenticate.
> --
> Stefan
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