Am Mittwoch, 19. Juli 2006 01:25 you wrote:
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> Date: Mon, 17 Jul 2006 16:55:59 -0700
> From: "Mark Amezquita" <markamez@...>
> Subject: [Madwifi-users] NETGEAR WG511T and Linux 10.1
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> I'm completely new to using Linux and just recently bought the desktop
> version, 10.1 to install on a laptop. I have a Netgear WG511T wireless ca=
> and have been trying to get it to work with version 10.1 without success.
> I've been reading some of the HOWTO's and other posts, not just on MADWIFI
> but all over the internet. But being new to Linux, I'm lost. >From what I
> have read on the Novel site, version 10.0 auto-detected the NETGEAR WG511T
> card and automatically configured it, but version 10.1 does not and this =
> where I'd like some help.
On Suse 10.1 the Madwifi normally does not belong to the Distro anymore.
So it seems tha you have to download the actual Sources of madwifi.
Also you have to install your Kernel Headers/Sources and eventually to
Bild your own Kernel ( so that you could build/compile your own Module
from the madwifi Sources ) I think installing the Kernel Headers/Sources
should be enough.
( ? depmod -ae ? ) -> could be executed by make install
You should get the Modules ( i hope without errors )
and try to load with
> When I issue the IFCONFIG or IWCONFIG commands I do not see ant ath0 or
> wifi0 interfaces defined. There are eth0 and lo and sit0 defined.=20
iwconfig should show you also ath0 and wifi0
Now you could configure the device with Yast
I am using madwifi on my Laptop with Suse 10.1 and also have installed
it on an other Laptop with 10.1 and Atheros Hardware - it works great.
In case your Problem ist Distrospecific you could get Help from me direkt
if this Info isn=B4t enough.
Greetings from Bernd
From: Michael Renzmann <madwifi@no...> - 2006-07-19 05:14:07
Bernd Stuht wrote:
> On Suse 10.1 the Madwifi normally does not belong to the Distro anymore.
> So it seems tha you have to download the actual Sources of madwifi.
Nope. We provide SuSE RPMs that can be installed using the usual ways
the packet manager provides (don't ask me, I'm no SuSE guy :)). They can
be found at http://madwifi.org/suse
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