[driverloader] "advanced" config screen ??

Linuxant support (Jonathan) support at linuxant.com
Wed Dec 21 13:12:05 EST 2005


as Keith mentioned, setting the WEP key with the network configuration 
tool of your Linux distribution is the recommended way to it with 

Alternatively, you can use the low-level tool 'iwconfig' to set the WEP 
key if you prefer, it will should work fine.


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KBB0927 at cs.com wrote:
> Lindsay Haisley <fmouse at fmp.com> wrote:
>>Thus spake Linuxant support (Jonathan) on Wed, Dec 21, 2005 at 09:16:07AM CST
>>>the options available on the advanced configuration page depend on the 
>>>Windows XP driver installed and it can be normal that there is simply no 
>>>advanced parameters at all.
>>Makes good sense ....
>>>Since the page generated had a lot of empty HTML tags, it is possible 
>>>that there are advanced features but the DriverLoader INF parser had a 
>>>problem to load them for an unknown reason.
>>Makes more good sense ....
>>>Changing the advanced settings is, most of the time, not required for a 
>>>typical use of DriverLoader.
>>True.  I'm thankful to have _anything_ that works reliably with the Broadcom
>>chipset in this wireless card.  I had hoped that I'd find some way to set a
>>WEP key if I ever need to, but I may be able to do this with iwconfig.
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> You can easily set up WEP under Ubuntu via network card. Driverloader should cause it to be seen by the netconfiguration app and then just set the parameters there.
> --Keith
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