I had mailed the list earlier about compile errors I was having with
NDISWrapper. Received excellent response about what to do but still haven't
managed to get around, largely coz I am not very good at Linux stuff, (but
hope to learn)
Anyways, what I did realise later was that the Red Hat 9.0/2.4.20-8 distro I
was usng might have not been intsalled properly (long story) (thus the
sources not inplace etc) and am now about to get a decent copy of that
Since I am stuck with my pcmcia card, but I can still change my distro I was
wondering if someone has got this card working (easily) with any particular
distro & kernel release, so I can go that way. Wlan is the only way I can
My card is Belkin wireless 54g (PCMCIA) model no.F5D7010
Any info at all from anyone who got this working will be most appreciated.
Please do tell me about what distro and kernel ou used
From: Stephan Fudeus <sfu@sf...> - 2003-12-15 07:52:49
Am Montag, 15. Dezember 2003 00:25 schrieb Jasmeet Bawa:
> My card is Belkin wireless 54g (PCMCIA) model no.F5D7010
> Any info at all from anyone who got this working will be most
> appreciated. Please do tell me about what distro and kernel ou used
As I posted two days ago for exactly your card and several others have for
chipset BCM94306, this card should work.
I successfully connected to managed wlan with and without 128bit-WEP with
Mandrake 9.1 and 9.2 and a self-compiled 2.4.23-kernel.
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