My card’s ID is 10EC: Written by Michael Larabel in Peripherals on 8 January Please don’t multi-post questions. This is how I did it. Ubuntu Forums Code of Conduct. If you only have the.

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Should I use a different driver? It hangs the system. He can be followed via Twitter or contacted via MichaelLarabel. Traceback most recent call last: Just remember, Semper Gumbi – always be flexible!

Originally Posted by mooncaptain. In my other thread we figured out that the ATI driver just doesn’t support Fedora 11, so I again have a fresh start enlwin- need to get this this wireless working.

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When it first starts up before loading Fedora but after displaying bios splash screenyou should see something like “press esc for menu”. I’m aware that this card doesn’t have Linux drivers, but some users have gotten it working with ndiswrapper. Page 2 of 2. What other post are you talking about? Legal Disclaimer, Privacy Policy Contact.


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Sorry, it IS netxp. Immediately upon entering the GNOME desktop, we were able to connect to both secured and unsecured wireless networks — both Michael Larabel is the principal author of Phoronix. August 17th, 1.

I’m going to try some more of those drivers before I throw in the towel It doesn’t matter if the card is present or not. Also, is this http: This is just my opinion but I’m wandering if it might be easier to just purchase a compatible wireless card.

The three antennas simply screw on and they are fully adjustable for optimal placement. I really hate to lose this one, but if I want to have any connectivity in Linux, it looks like it’s going to be the only choice.

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All times are GMT. You can also Google http: August 26th, 6. So, do you have a liveCD or rescue CD that you can boot from? Linhx time now is August 17th, 2.


So, please run as root the command “lspci” if the wireless card is an internal card, or “lsusb” if it is a USB card, and post the output here. I have already downloaded and installed build-essential and linux-headers-generic I haven’t done any development on Ubuntu except for editing web pages so any help would be appreciated.

And note also, that the two files must be for enlqi-n same Windows version.

XXXX, as reported by ‘lspci -n’ or ‘lsusb’ for the card vinny desktop: It is likely that FC11 already supports your wireless card, though it might need you to install the firmware for the card. This is how I did it. Here’s the output from command line: Not a member yet? Please don’t multi-post questions.